To mark her birthday which took place on July 19, Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw, announced a birthday give away viral challenge for her online community which will have three lucky winners win a skilled training worth N100, 000 each to learn how to make hair closures from scratch at the Flair Hair Academy.
“A birthday is always a good time to be thankful, reflect, count one’s blessings and give back as true happiness lies in putting a smile on the faces of others,” she wrote.
“Together with Flair Hair Academy, I am presenting a one day closure training for 3 lucky people.”
Also, to celebrate Kate, fellow entertainer and popular comedian, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY, used her movie titles to describe his love for the actress who has used her talents to pass across several messages to the society.
Showing his writing skills, the comedian/ actor wrote on his Instagram “Dear Omono, 25 years ago at exactly ‘When the Sunset’ was when Bob Manuel snatched you away from me, though my love for you was far ‘Above Death’ as I trusted God to move on in 2003. It was ‘A Million Tears’ for you when you got to know ‘The Game Men Play’ in 2006. I also got the good news that you felt ‘Stronger than Pain’ after your last experience in 2007.
“Love brought me back to you, and I was there when ‘Basorge came again with his own eye service of ‘Do Good’, ‘Broken Tears’ became mine in 2008, as the ‘Assassin’s Practice’ was what I had in mind at ‘The Meeting’ where I was ‘Busted’ by ‘The Women’ who claimed to have understood ‘The Scars of Womanhood’ in your favour. “Omono, the spirit of ‘Roti’ will not spare our oppressors from the ‘Consequences’ of all the heartbreak they cost us.
You may choose to want to believe that my coming back for you is already a ‘Broken Ambition’ or the ‘End of Battle’ concerning our ‘Couples Award’ goal from way back, but you of all people should know that ‘Fighting for Nothing’ is not the portion of a man with ‘New Money’”.
Credit: the nation.