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Nonso Diobi Opens Up: The Real Reason for His Long Break from Nollywood

Nonso Diobi Opens Up: The Real Reason for His Long Break from Nollywood

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Nonso Diobi’s Resurgence: The Triumphant Return of a Nollywood Icon

Renowned Nollywood actor, Nonso Diobi, has recently shed light on the reasons behind his prolonged absence from the Nigerian film industry. For more than a decade, Nonso captivated audiences with his remarkable performances in numerous blockbuster movies, establishing himself as a beloved figure in Nigeria and beyond.

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Nonetheless, he abruptly took a hiatus from acting, leaving his fans with a multitude of unanswered questions. In a recent interview with Hip Tv, Nonso Diobi finally addressed this mystery and revealed that he took a break to focus on honing his craft.

According to Nonso, his absence was a deliberate choice to enhance his acting skills and pursue his aspirations in various aspects of the entertainment industry. He shared his plans for the future, which encompass not only acting but also filmmaking and directing.

Nonso expressed, “I always take time off to acquire more knowledge, to become something else in entertainment, and also to keep giving my fans what they want. And that’s essentially why I’ve been off the scene for a while, but I assure you, I’m making a grand comeback.”

He further disclosed that he currently has two movies in the pipeline, which he will announce to the public soon. Nonso Diobi proudly stated that he has expanded his involvement in the industry beyond acting, delving into the realms of filmmaking and directing. He is now producing his own movies, adding a new dimension to his creative endeavors.

Nonso concluded by expressing his anticipation for the moment when his fans will fully comprehend the reasons behind his hiatus, emphasizing that entertainment is his life.

With this revelation, Nonso Diobi’s loyal fans can look forward to his triumphant return and the exciting projects he has in store for them.



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Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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