AMVCA: I started acting when there was no social media, progress was based on talent -Patience Ozokwo

AMVCA: I started acting when there was no social media, progress was based on talent -Patience Ozokwo



Patience Ozokwo, a renowned Nollywood actress, has expressed her gratitude for the industry merit award she received at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award and reflected on the evolution of the industry. In a lengthy Instagram post, she acknowledged the sacrifices her children made throughout her performing career, including enduring long periods without a mother.


Ozokwo highlighted that in the early days of her acting career, there were no social media platforms, and success was solely dependent on talent, humility, word of mouth, and trust. She appreciated her colleagues who worked tirelessly without recognition, emphasizing the importance of these values in the industry.


Furthermore, the actress expressed her gratitude to her family, who have always supported and surrounded her with love and acceptance. She revealed that her daughter had even become her personal assistant at one point and still serves as her associate manager to date.


Ozokwo's reflections serve as a reminder that while the entertainment industry has evolved due to technological advancements, the values of talent, humility, and trust remain the bedrock of success. Her appreciation for her children and colleagues also highlights the sacrifices that go into building a successful career in the industry.

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