Nigerian actress, Shan George has disclosed how her dreams of studying law at the university were shattered for not meeting up with Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB) cut off mark.
The actress revealed this on an Instagram live with her fans saying she has no regrets because her dream of being a voice still transpired.
In her words “I wrote that wicked JAMB twice and when I could not meet up the cut off mark being that I had left secondary school so many years behind before I now started writing exam again so I could not really meet up with the cut-off mark.
I would have been a lawyer, but I thank God because the reason I wanted to be a lawyer was that I wanted to have a voice, I have always desired to have a voice, and I have always desired to also be a person that will encourage others and also stand for injustice done to others and in that sense being in the job that I am today even gives me a bigger mouth at the end of the day,” she said.
The filmmaker however noted that even though she didn’t get her dream job she has somehow managed to be friends with a lot of lawyers and have many as her role model.
“Unfortunately I didn’t become a lawyer but I am friends with many lawyers so if anyone is doing anything evil, I can still get the hand of the law to catch up with that person”, said Shan George.
Shan George who returned back to the screens recently has been involved in several upcoming movies including ‘Mountain Holiday’ a blockbuster that is Executive Produced by the Governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade.