Patience Ozokwo Surprised With Car Gift On Her 62nd Birthday
Sept. 18, 2020
Patience Ozokwo recently celebrated her 62nd birthday with family and friends. According to reports, she received a car gift from her children. The Nollywood veteran took to her official Instagram page to share photos from the event.
September 14, 2020, will forever remain a memorable day for Patience Ozokwo as she clocked 62 and was celebrated by her family and friends. According to reports and based on the photos shared to her official Instagram account, the Nollywood veteran did not just get cake, but a new car gift from her children.
In the series of photos shared, the actress is seen surrounded by her kids and well-wishers as she posed with her cake. In some other photos, she is seen in an emotional state as she receives the car gift.
Sharing the photos, she wrote:
"I am still recovering from yesterday's surprise. There is something so special about this birthday. Thank you to everyone who reached out and who said a prayer for me. I am grateful and blessed indeed."
Recall a few days ago while anticipating her birthday, the actress began a count down to the big day by sharing interesting Instagram posts. In one of her posts, the Nollywood icon showed off her adorable granddaughter, revealing she was born on her birthday.
"Thank you God for the best birthday gift ever. Only you dear God could have planned it so perfectly. Birthday Mate Granddaughter Blessing From God. I pray for everyone desiring children. Thank you God that you will answer them speedily and bless them in Jesus name." Ozokwo has been around in the movie industry for so long it is even hard to picture Nollywood without her in it.
In other news, Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, received many congratulatory messages and gifts for her 40th birthday. The Alakada actress was given a surprise package by many but the biggest of them all was the money cake she got. Unlike Bobrisky's cake that was filled with N500 notes, Toyin's cake was made from N1,000 and N500 notes but the higher denomination was more than the lower one. It was a five-tier money cake.