She spoke inexplicitly via a post on her Instagram page on Tuesday, writing: “Back to school, best decision I ever made. Leadership flows to the one who knows, never stop educating yourself.
“New levels require new information… KING TONTO [Director Socials and empowerment at committee of youths on Mobilisation and sensitization(Cyms), Office of the presidency]”
Last month, the movie star had opened up on her plans to go into politics in 2023, noting she was already watching the grounds for the senate.
“I know that I’m going to be a senator. I think the position is going to climb up. Being a governor, I do not know. But I don’t see anything past me. Anything I put my mind to,” she had said.
“I can do it. I’m in the process; I’ve started. I’ve been watching the grounds. I’m not going to be identifying with any political party at the moment until 2023. I got so detached from Nollywood.
“I won’t say I’ve grown bigger than Nollywood. My dreams have rather grown bigger than Nollywood. I’ve rejected movie roles and I still do. I’m one artiste who didn’t like to be stereotyped.
“…I have also gone back to school for leadership. I started taking classes on speaking and influencing. They train you on how to be a leader and speaking in public, public relations.”