Nollywood actress, Bidemi Kosoko is celebrating her 34th birthday, today, October 21st, 2022.
The movie star took to her Instagram page where she expressed gratitude to God for a clocking a new age.
To mark her birthday, Bidemi thanked God for protecting her and her family.
She wrote, “He has done so much for me … I cannot tell it all 🙏
My father my lord ,My everlasting joy giver , My pillar , My maker , My strength, My shield , My confidence,
“the Author of my life ,The one who is ,who was and who is to come , the king of glory
I exalt your name ,I glorify you, I honor you ,I magnify you lord
“Thank you for loving me, Thank you for protecting me and my family
Thank you for the gift of life.
“Thank you for the provision, Thanks you for your blessings, Thank you for yet another 365days.
“Thank you for my husband and kids
I appreciate you lord 🙏🙏🙏 I just want to say Thank you …..
It’s official guys💃💃💃 am a year older
Sweet16 😜 it’s my birthday 💃
Go go go Bide it’s your birthday.”
I want to be better than my dad, says Bidemi Kosoko
Actres Bidemi Kosoko had stated that she wants to be better than her dad, Jide Kosoko.
She told Punch Newspaper, “I regret nothing so far and I cannot remember anything I wished I had done in the early days of my career that I didn’t do.
“Some of the things that have helped me to come this far include my belief in constant learning and improving my craft at every given time.
“I always want to be better than my last performance and I think that has helped me stand out.
“I would say that being the daughter of a veteran actor, Prince Jide Kosoko, didn’t help me in terms of popularity and in helping me to get favour in the movie industry.
“I don’t get jobs because I am a Kosoko, I get movie roles because some directors and producers see my capabilities and talent and need them.
“Nonetheless, in some cases, my father’s name has opened doors for me and also given me soft landings where there might have been difficulties.
“I don’t know people’s expectations regarding my career, but I intend to be better than Jide Kosoko. Aren’t children meant to be better than their parents?.”