Ghanaian actress Roselyn Ngissah has disclosed that she left her banking job to pursue her acting career and has nothing to regret about it
According to Roselyn, she had always wanted to be one of the most celebrated filmmakers in the country. She added that acting was one of her dreams growing up as a child. Roselyn Ngissah recounted how she left the bank and joined the acting crew.
Recalling an opportunity she had in 2008 in an interview with Graphic Showbiz, Roselyn said, “I did my national service at the Merchant Bank now the Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) and after that, I had the chance to be a full-time banker but I rather chose acting. I have always wanted to be an actress and I don’t regret making that decision.”
“I was taught how to be careful around money, I learned how not to trust anyone when it comes to money because it can be tempting. The banking sector also taught me how to comport myself and look good all the time. It has shaped my thinking and the kind of life I live now” she added.