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'Sex Is Extremely Important, It Is A Gift From God' – Adesua Etomi



Adesua Etomi doesn’t have a name that will start a stampede – not yet. She’s an upcoming star who is rising fast with plenty of aces up her sleeve. Her most notable film is 2014 Knocking On Heaven’s Door directed by Desmond Elliot.
Adesua was cast alongside top names like Ini Edo and Majid Michel but she was able to make her mark as the principal character around whom the whole storyline revolves. But Adesua is no stranger to acting. She came in contact with the trade at the age of seven. But according to her, she had to suppress  the desire until 2004 when she decided to do something about it.
“I suppressed my desire to act until 2004 when I went to study Physical Theatre, Musical Theatre and Performing Arts at the City College, Coventry, United Kingdom. After completing these courses in 2006 with triple distinctions and being part of numerous productions, I went on to study Drama and Performance at the University of Wolverhampton, graduating in 2009 with First Class Honours.
My first feature film titled ‘Knocking on Heavens Door’ was released on the 18th of April 2014” she told Potpourri recently in a chat. But as enigmatic as she seems, Adesua didn’t mince words when she was asked her opinion concerning sex and money.
“Sex is a gift from God to married couples and it is extremely important” she said. “It helps a husband and his wife to connect on a different level. The Bible says, Money answereth all things and it’s God’s desire to see us all prosper. Let’s be honest, peace will be lacking in a home of poverty and a connection might be lost, in a home without sex.Who am I to place more importance on one than the other?”.

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