- An emotional clip of actor Charles Inojie's interview with Chude Jideonwo has surfaced on social media
- The actor said he did not enjoy the love of a mother and grew up with his grandmother after he was forced to leave his father
- His stepmother also prevented him from going to university and he had to live off his effort and the good will of others
Nollywood actor and director Charles Inojie has shared the heartbreaking story of growing up in an interview with Chude Jideonwo. .
In the video, Inojie said his parents marriage crashed while he was still an infant and he had to be taken to his grandmother, who took care of him and raised him for a while.
The top Nigerian actor said he did not see his mother until he was a grown man. He also said he was forced to leave his father after eight months because of his stepmother.
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Charles Inojie says his stepmother didn't want him to go to university
While speaking, the Fuji House of Commotion star stated that his stepmother did not want him to go to school after he got admission into the university.
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The actor claimed his stepmother insisted that her child, who was still very young, must finish university before her husband could pay for his own education.
Actor Inojie says his father cried after seeing him
The comic actor also noted that his father was all tears when he visited him after he started working.
He said he had gone to give him money and a drink, but his father's emotions took a better part of him, and he could not collect the money.
Inojie said his father told him he was feeling guilty for not taking care of him when he was a child.
See the clip of the interview here:
Fans react to Charles Inojie's interview
Netizens have reacted to the clip of Inojie's latest interview. Here are some of the comments below:
"Behind everyone that’s funny.. check them.. they have been through so much pains
"No wonder you’re so versatile and full of wisdom. We wey our eyes see shege as children be special breed."
"It happens a lot, comedians actually using comedy as an escape from their usual life of pain."
"God, please I do not want to cause my kids pains in the future, please help me so that I’ll pick the best dad for them,."
"When interview feels like a therapy its a good one. Kudos@chudeity."
"A living legend, I like how he’s telling his sad stories with a bit of laughter. Baba na comedian."
"I can relate."
"Everyone has a story in this life. God bless you."
"Hmmmm. This is why being kind to everyone is so important."
"All these things that’s why I want to live and take care of my children .. some step mothers ehh."
Charles Inojie shares near-death experience at his home
In a previous report by Legit.ng, Inojie revealed how he was almost killed at his home earlier this year.
He stated that a tank fell on his favourite spot a few minutes after leaving the place.
The actor thanked God for being good to him and saving him from the tragedy.