Since divorcing her husband some weeks ago, Liberian-Lebanese Ghana-based actress, Juliet Ibrahim has continued with life, even on bigger and brighter plane. She has produced a couple of her own films, delved into music and now the latest item on her recipe is featuring in her first Yoruba-speaking film produced by Mercy Aigbe.
According to Mercy Aigbe, the producer of the film which reportedly gulped N8 million in making, she decided to star the mulatto actress in her Life After Marriage new flick because the actress is perfect for the role. Juliet who played the role of a young, beautiful and brilliant lawyer is portrayed as a feminist in the film. She is also said to have spoken a bit of Yoruba in the film.