Nollywood talented actress, Toyin Abraham, is in an ecstatic mood, as she shares photo of the special award for recognition she was honoured with as her fans react.
The beautiful actress shared the photo of the Special Recognition Award on her Instagram page and wrote;
” The rise of Nigerian women in film and television has continued to impact positively on the local film and TV industry in Nigeria.
We celebrate the achievements of Nigerian women in film and TV with the Eko Star Film and TV Awards.”
Toyin Abraham, who is in a happy mood decided to share the photo showing the award recognising her hard work as a talented actress in nollywood. The award which was organized by the Lagos State government, is a honourable one for her as she is indeed a hard working lady who has contributed her quota in the movie industry popularly known as Nollywood. Her fans were obviously delighted when she shared the image of the award certificate to carry them along. This is indeed a good move by Lagos State to recognize the hard working women in the movie industry. It will make them feel special and appreciated.
The Edo State born actress who grew up in ibadan Oyo State, had her secondary education at St Anne’s School Ibadan before proceeding to Osun State Polytechnic Iree for her Pre-National Diploma and Ordinary National Diploma. She later obtained her High National Diploma in marketing from Ibadan Polytechnic.
Abraham, 38, has starred in numerous blockbuster Nollywood movies making a name for herself. Her new movie “Prophetess” is presently making waves as it was recently premiered. She is definitely one of the most sort after actresses presently. She has won numerous awards which include, Africa Movie Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and also Nollywood Movie Award for Best Lead Actress in an Indigenous Language. She has also been recognized by city people as she won The City People Movie Award for Best Movie produce and many other awards to her name.
She really deserves the recognition award as she has really done well in the movie industry paving way for the younger generation.