I’ve Moved On With My Life, Says Doris Simeon

I don’t regret anything because I’ve moved on to greater things and living a brand new life,” said Nollywood actress Doris Simeon, who celebrated her birthday yesterday in the company of select friends.

Although she has not been in contact with her son, David, ever since her estranged husband, Daniel Ademinokan took him away to New York; where they now live with actress Stella Damasus, his purported new wife, Doris said she is putting all her worries behind.

“A brand new me has been born as I celebrate my birthday… and like it is written in the holy book, old things have passed away as new things are just by the corner,” she said.

Doris, who recently returned to set after a four-month break, said the bad times in her life only make her strong. “Yes, we have some sad times, bad moments in life, which most times want to slow us down, but like I always say, these moments and times help us and make us better people. I don’t regret anything,” she said, adding that the fact that she could witness another birthday calls for thanksgiving. “It’s a wonderful feeling, adding a year in good health and with a mind devoid of hate or pain, I can’t but thank God.

The actress who posted new sultry pictures on her Instagram page, also added her voice to the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, saying: “I want everyone to join me as I specially say a prayer for the missing Chibok girls. It’s sad, but we would continue to lend our voice and as I celebrate, I remember the girls again and enjoin everyone to do same.”

Looking forward, Doris said, “don’t expect me to make a movie anytime soon, but I will be featuring in productions by others. Aside the TV programme, Faaji Xtra, which I anchor, fans and industry peeps should simply watch out for something unusual and unlike me on the screen. I’ve shot some exciting movies and TV soaps and I’m still on some sets, so you would be seeing so much from me.”

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