- Veteran Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus, has taken to social media to gush over her lookalike daughter
- Stella’s daughter, Angelica, emerged as the valedictorian at her high school
- This comes after the young lady gained a full scholarship to Columbia University
There is no feeling more beautiful than a mother seeing her child doing great things in life, especially when she was solely responsible for their care.
That feeling of pride seems to be quite relatable to veteran Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus, as she has taken to social media to gush over one of her daughters, Angelica.
The young lady made her mother and other loved ones proud after she emerged as the valedictorian at her high school graduation.
Angelica took to her Instagram page to share photos of herself in her graduation robe as she shared the great news of her achievement.
The actress’ daughter said that she was the valedictorian at her high school graduation.
She wrote: “It's official!! I'm a high school graduate I'm so proud to be graduating with the #classof2020 as the Valedictorian. It's been a hell of a journey and I can't wait to start the next chapter of my life!”
See her post below:
Angelica’s proud mother, Stella, also shared posts from the occasion on her social media page. The film star said that she was such a proud mum because her daughter did not only emerge as a valedictorian, but she also gained scholarship to Columbia University.
The actress wrote: “My beautiful daughter @angelicatooni graduated high school today. I am such a proud mum right now. She didn't only get scholarship to @columbia she is also #valedictorian of the class of 2020.”
See her post below:
See a video of one of Angelica's teachers explaining why she was an exemplary student:
This is indeed a great feat. Congratulations to Stella and Angelica.
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