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EntertainmentI always thought I would become a lawyer - Jackie Appiah

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I always thought I would become a lawyer – Jackie Appiah

Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah recently opened up about her early ambitions, surprising many as she disclosed that she envisioned herself pursuing a legal career.

Hailing from a family of lawyers, she initially expressed in an interview with Berla Mundi her childhood belief that she would follow in the footsteps of her lawyer family members.

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“I always thought I would become a lawyer because I come from a family of lawyers, they are all lawyers, so I always thought I was going to end up in the courtroom. I love to act, but I thought I would end up in school, church. I didn’t know I would become an actress even though I love to act. I thought I would be in the courtroom,” shared Jackie Appiah during the interview.

The actress, known for keeping a low profile and steering clear of controversies throughout her career, attributed her success to her loyalty to fans.

She emphasised the importance of maintaining a composed demeanour, focusing on her craft, and avoiding unnecessary mistakes for a seamless professional journey.

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“It’s been literally tough, it’s not easy, but I am naturally a cool person. I am always in my corner, I mind my job, I mind my business, and I don’t want to make mistakes; everything must be perfect,” said Jackie Appiah, shedding light on her approach to navigating the challenges of the entertainment industry.

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