Actress and social activist, Foluke Daramola, has described her husband, Kayode Salako, as a role model and teacher who has made an impact on a lot of people.
The Official Romance star took to her Instagram page on Sunday to talk about how she envies her husband because “as a school owner and a teacher, he has taught so many people.”
She also spoke about the passion that drives her beyond acting, prompting her to help the vulnerable in the society.
Para Alert! " I have always envied my husband, because as a school owner and a teacher, he has taught so many people. He has produced students, who are now professionals in their chosen endeavours. The last time we both travelled abroad, some of his ex-students came to celebrate him. He has impacted positively into so many lives. So, I tell him that someday, I will also love to see myself as a university teacher, making such kind of impacts. That has always been my passion anyway, to either be a diplomat or a university lecturer. I love to continue to be an actress, but I want to be known and appreciated beyond that as a Nigerian woman. I love to be known more as a woman who came, saw and contributed to the lots of humanity through social advocacy efforts and positive humanitarian impacts. I don't just want to be known as an actress, I want to be known as a global player in notable humanitarian activities. This is about my own theme as Foluke Daramola Salako brand. This is my passion!" – Foluke Dramola Salako (JP), Founder and African President, Passion Against Rape and Abuse in Africa (Para Africa), inside Saturday Independent Newspaper on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
The International Relations graduate of the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State is the founder of Passion Against Rape and Abuse in Africa (PARA Africa), an organisation committed to stopping sexual violence on the continent.
Having come out to declare publicly that she lost her virginity to a rapist, the famous Nollywood actress runs PARA Africa doggedly and regularly takes part on walks against sexual violence.
Foluke Daramola, has two children with ex-husband, Tunde Sobowale, whom she left over allegation of domestic violence amongst others.