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I don’t live for awards – Toke Makinwa




Toke Makinwa


Media personality, Toke Makinwa, has said
that she ‘honestly’ does not live for awards, adding that she likes to stay
away from award ceremonies.

The 35-year-old said this on Tuesday in
a post on Instagram in reply to a compilation of top 10 biggest Nigerian celebrities
of the decade by Pulse.ng.

Toke made the list on number 10.

“I honestly don’t live for awards, I hardly attend award ceremonies, keep plaques or fuss about recognition, I am just thankful for growth in my career, I’m thankful for the opportunities in the last decade to make a mark, to even have a chance to impact my world, to grow from Radio to Television, Vlogging, writing a book, becoming a bankable influencer, partnering with multiple brands and creating amazing content, acting, launching multiple businesses, and staying relevant even in the face of adversity,” she said.

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I honestly don’t live for awards, I hardly attend award ceremonies, keep plaques or fuss about recognition, I am just thankful for growth in my career, I’m thankful for the opportunities in the last decade to make a mark, to even have a chance to impact my world, to grow from Radio to Television, Vlogging, writing a book, becoming a bankable influencer, partnering with multiple brands and creating amazing content, Acting, launching multiple businesses, and staying relevant even in the face of adversity. Literally I have watched me become so much more. God has a ministry for everyone, make sure you are not living someone else’s, do you, focus on your journey and stay close to the Vision. Thank you @pulsenigeria247 I feel so blessed to share the spot with all these amazing people too. Thank you to the amazing TM family that keep riding for the brand, you guys rock 🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀🚀 Here’s to another amazing decade in your faces 😄👀🦋🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Those who also made the list include Nollywood actor, Richard
Mofe-Damijo, popularly known as RMD, on number 9; actress Genevieve Nnaji on
number 8.

Pop singer, D’banj, made the cut on number 7. Media personality,
Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, was named on sixth position while actress Funke Akindele and
singer, Tiwa Savage, took fifth and fourth position respectively.

Wizkid, Davido, and Psquare stand on the list as number one, two, and three respectively.




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