The Spark connects Uzoamaka Aniunoh – writer and actress, with Emem Isong, Screenwriter, movie producer and Co-founder Royal Arts Academy. Uzoamaka gets empowered with a scholarship to study at Royal Arts Academy.
– By Lanre Solarin
Nothing beats pushing hard to break mental boundaries in order to express yourself using your gifts and talents. This was the case with Uzoamaka Aniunoh, a creative writer and actress who, after passing up several opportunities due to self-doubt, decided to go public with her art, sharing creative stories and participating in programs.
In an interview with The Spark in July 2017, Emem Isong, screenwriter and award winning movie producer, gave off a scholarship at her academy – Royal Arts Academy – for anyone interested in acting, directing or screenwriting. On seeing this empowerment opportunity, Uzoamaka gave it her all by submitting her application, amongst several other young people like her looking to achieve success.
Uzoamaka emerged the best, and in November, 2017, had the opportunity to meet her benefactor, Emem Isong. A big congratulations to her, and to every youth striving to make a difference.
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Editor’s note: This article was originally published in the Spark Magazine. Find the magazine here to read more articles.
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