The University of Wolverhampton honored the actress with an honorary degree in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the arts and culture.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The University of Wolverhampton has awarded Nollywood actress Adesua Etomi a doctorate.
The institution honored the actress with an honorary degree in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the arts and culture.
Adesua, a graduate of the institution, received a doctorate in the arts.
Her husband Banky W, their son Jemima Osunde, as well as several family members, were present at the event.
The renowned institution awarded the Nigerian movie actress a Drama and Performance degree in 2009.
She now joins the group of well-known Nigerians who have earned doctorates in recent years.
Peter Okoye, dancer Kaffy, Ireti Doyle, IK Ogbonna, and Alexx Ekubo are just a few of the famous people who have earned doctorates.
Escae-Benin University in the Benin Republic awarded diplomas to Okoye and Kaffy.
“Dear Team P! It’s a great honor to be decorated by a distinguished educational institution, Who have recognized my contribution to Dance and Music as well as my support for the youth in the entertainment industry,” Okoye wrote at the time he was honored.
While Ekubo was honored at the Benin Republic’s Institut Supérieur de Communication et de Geston University
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