Nollywood actress and TV presenter, Nancy Isime has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to the creative industries. She was awarded an honorary degree by Prowess University Delaware, USA in conjunction with Leadtimes Africa Magazine.
The prestigious award was presented to the talented actress in recognition of her hard work, dedication, and commitment to the creative arts industry. According to the university, Nancy Isime’s achievements have not only inspired many people but have also contributed significantly to the growth and development of the creative arts industry in Africa and beyond.
The actress took to her Instagram page to express her gratitude for the recognition, saying, “I am honored to receive this award from Prowess University and Leadtimes Africa Magazine. It is a great privilege to be recognized for the work I love doing. I will continue to use my platform to inspire and empower others.”
Nancy Isime, who began her career as a model, has over the years become one of the most sought-after actresses in the Nigerian movie industry. She has featured in several movies, including “A Trip to Jamaica,” “The Surrogate,” and “Living in Bondage: Breaking Free.” She has also won several awards for her acting skills.
In addition to her acting career, Nancy Isime is also a successful TV presenter. She has hosted several TV shows, including “Hip TV’s Trending,” “The Headies,” and “Glo Mega Music Tour.”
The award ceremony was attended by several notable personalities from the entertainment industry, including fellow actors, producers, and directors. The event was also broadcast live on social media platforms, allowing fans from all over the world to witness the historic moment.
The recognition of Nancy Isime’s contributions to the creative industries is a testament to her hard work and dedication. It is also a motivation for upcoming actors and actresses to pursue their dreams and work hard to achieve success in their chosen fields