Actress Juliet Ibrahim Reveal Her Father Left Home When She Was 18 Years Old.

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According to the celebrated actress, this situation forced her to assume the position of a father and take care of her younger siblings.

In an emotional interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay on The Delay Show recently, she said, she had wanted to spend time with her father during that period, it remained a wishful thinking because he disappeared in 2003 and resurfaced in 2010 when she had already grown into an adult.

I was 18 years when my dad left me. We lost contact with him. It affected me a lot because I had to grow up very fast and take up a lot of responsibilities because he was not around,” she said

We were very close and I used to like my dad a lot so I just felt a whole lot of disappointment. It was my first heartbreak from a man and it really made me to start looking for comfort in someone else or anybody that is older” she added.

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Away from that, she also intimated on the show that her ex-husband Kwadwo Safo Jnr, first met her in a strip club.

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The 33 years old Ghanaian actress and film producer Ibrahim was married to Kwadwo Safo Jnr from 2010 to 2013.

Just a few weeks ago, Ibrahim revealed during her book lunch that she was depressed and also urged people not to judge anyone who wants to come out of a marriage.

According to the actress,”for your kids sake, take the bold decision. People have had their own perception about what led to my divorce. I have sat down for many years and have had to deal with the pain and insults from the public who had no clue what I went through as a person during that period and how it affected me.”

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The depression and all that happened. All I will say is you should never judge someone who wants to come out of a marriage. Because sometimes it is better to come out of it than to stay in it. For your own sanity and mental stability it is always good to take a bold decision for yourself. For your kids, if there are kids involved take a bold decision” she stated.

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