Nollywood actress, Blessing Jessica Nze has showered praises on her husband, Stan Nze over the conclusion of his project, “Kids Can Act Project 2022”.
‘The Kid Can Act’ project is a platform, where children’s potentials would be harnessed and explored.
Few years ago, Nze made public a call for children’s participants at an auditioning event.
According to him, the entry criterion is a one-minute video recording of the child stating his or her name, age and why they love acting. This video is expected to be sent to [email protected]
KCA project is done on yearly basis and it has the following highlights;
★ Acting Coaching.
★ Diction Lessons.
★ Fun Acting Games.
★ Excursions, Photoshoot &
★ A Movie Shoot.
This year’s edition was concluded yesterday in Lagos and it had the likes of Jessica Nze(Stan’s wife), Chinedu Ikedieze (Aki), William Uchemba and others as facilitators.
Following the conclusion of the project, Blessing Nze took to her Instagram page to shower praises on Stan Nze whom he described as a Legacy builder, her own Mazi, friend and love.
“My Man Crush Forever.
Today, I’d like to specially honour you my love. This man right here is a definition of purpose. The past couple of weeks have tried your patience and drilled your tenacity but I watched you refuse to flinch on your dreams with the KCA project. Every day you arose with faith and zeal afresh, to give your very best and all. How you poured yourself into these kids, nurtured and spent so much…it’s unbelievable! You my king, are a definition of selflessness.
Putting others before yourself and with the right attitude while at it. I am so proud of you! I am thankful for the gift of you. Humanity is blessed with you. Legacy builder, My own Mazi, My frieeeend, My loooooove! Well done! Before the world sees the glory and applauds you, I’m right here each day, step by step cheering you on.
Seeth thou a man diligent in his business? He shall stand before kings. He shall not stand before mean men.”
Abuja!!! I came bearing gifts ?”
See photos from the event below;