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Juliet Ibrahim: The men I have dated are crazy set of people

Juliet Ibrahim
 Juliet Ibrahim told Doreen Avio during an interview with Let's Talk Entertainment on Joy TV that she will remain single until she finds Mr. Right, because of her experience with men. 
“I am not dating, I am very single, I don’t know, people are expecting me to be dating but I have a lot to do in terms of work and that is where my focus is.
The men I have dated or who have been in my life are some crazy set of people so I don’t want to start anything I am not sure of.” She said.

Explaining why she is mostly seen and heard of in Nigeria, Juliet attributed it to low production of movies in Ghana.

“Filming in Ghana is a bit slow but per the population in Nigeria; the demand for movies is high so there is always a lot to do there. And sometimes, while there, you will find out that there are events that you need to grace and all,” she said.

Ibrahim was born in Ghana to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian-Liberian mother. She is the first child and has two sisters; Sonia, Nadia, and a brother.

Juliet along with her siblings spent the longest part of their childhood in Lebanon and Ivory Coast due to the war in Liberia.

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