The dark-skinned, starry-eyed, all-feminine bomb exploded unto the scene in 1995 and since then has been able to hold her head high in the industry. Of course, whatever she lacks, she can always dig deep into her veins to bring out from the genes – because acting runs in her family.
The actress in a recent chat with Potpourri said an ex who wasn’t good for her is definitely not good for a friend.
When asked if she could recommend an ex boyfriend to a friend for marriage, she said;
“An ex remains an ex and true friends remain true friends and we ride into the future. We don’t have any business with the past. Ex! If he was not good for me, why would I recommend him to my friend?”
Njamah’s parents are of Nigerian and Cameroonian origins. She is a graduate of English from Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State.[ She once dated Timaya, but the relationship ended after being a subject of discuss on social media.[ Commenting on her marital status, she explained that she is not bothered on remaining single since her family are enlightened and understand that the ratio of women to men is uneven.
She went further to explain that celebrity marriages do not last and there really isn’t any essence in wasting funds for a wedding that will not stand the test of time. On the prevalence on “baby mama’s” in Nollywood, she explained to The Punch that most of the single actress with children regret their steps but are not bold enough to say that in public.