Adediwura BlarkGold, a Nigerian actress, has stated though she bought engaged in 2019, her followers mustn’t count on her to get married throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an interview with Sunday Scoop, she stated, “The COVID-19 pandemic was a big hit. My fans should not expect my wedding during that period.”
Talking on her charity initiatives, the actress stated, “We recently started sharing food items to widows and this might be done on a weekly basis. We have slated dates already. Sometimes, we attend to other categories of people as well but our major focus is on widows.”
Describing the 12 months as a bag of blended emotions, Blarkgold stated, “So far, the year has been one of mixed feelings in terms of managing myself as a brand, projecting my entertainment company, Blarkgold Empire Limited, and pushing my food business. I also helped my community during the COVID-19 pandemic. It was quite tough trying to recover from the blow struck by COVID-19. Bouncing back wasn’t easy but all thanks to God, I was able to scale through the hurdles.”
Talking on her newest initiatives, she stated, “Presently, we are planning our non-governmental organisation’s ‘Giving Is Fun Initiative’s tenth edition coming up in March 2022. Another project I am working on is filming. I am working on two productions at the moment, and we plan to shoot in January 2022. Lastly, I am promoting my food business. I am still thinking about how to expand it.”