She further went on to say that she cries regularly.
“I cry out of frustration. When I am upset, I cry. I am one of those people that cry easily because I am a very passionate and emotional person. If I am frustrated, I can cry. If I am angry and you ask me to explain myself, I would cry, I am that kind of person; so I cry regularly,” she said.
The delectable actress further revealed that she is not throwing in the towel any time soon when it comes to her career because it is the reason for her existence. She added that there is only one reason that would make her quit acting.
“I have several mummies in the industry and I am like them. I have Taiwo Ajai-Lycett who I know would act till the day she dies; I know Joke Silva would act till the day she dies and I will act till the day I die. I can never get tired or walk out of this profession. Acting is my reason for being; it is one of the main reasons for my being,” Akintola said.
In her most recent project, ‘93 days,’ the star actress played the role of Ameyo Adadevoh, the brave physician who died while ensuring that the Ebola virus did not become an epidemic in the country.
When asked if she could die for her country like Adadevoh, the actress did not think twice before she gave her answer. “I can die for Nigeria; I can totally die for Nigeria,” the actress reiterated.
Meanwhile, the movie was recently premiered in Lagos at The Rock Cathedral.