Stunning veteran actress, Adunni Ade, says she remembers more of hurt than happiness about her childhood in Nigeria.
The 33-year-old thespian, in a tell-all interview, said she grew up without her mum and her father and step-mother did not give her the best care.
The single mother opined that Nigerian men, single fathers, cannot take care of their child. In her words; “I hope I’m not being mean by saying Nigerian men, they can’t really… single father, can’t really just take care of their child, so they have to put the child here and put the child there.”
Adunni Ade later defended her dad, saying he’s her everything, because he was doing everything he could to provide for her.
Recalling her childhood, she stated; “It was really a dark period growing up here, I remember more of hurt than happiness. When I left Nigeria after I graduated from secondary school, and I went back to my mum. You know, that was always my dream-to be with my mum.
“I did not realise then, the damage of her [mum] not being around had caused. Now, she was also dealing with her own demons, we’re just clashing, I just did not feel the love and care that I ought to have, even from a very young age.
Speaking about the father of her children, she revealed the over eight years’ relationship wasn’t the best also; she described it as darker situation than she experienced during her juvenile days in Nigeria. Watch the video below;