Carol King, a veteran Nollywood actress, has celebrated her 60th birthday with words of affirmation.
The thespian best known for her role as “Jumoke” in the TV series ‘Everyday People’ shared photos to celebrate her big day.
King, from the Esan tribe in Edo state, has distinguished herself as an actress in Africa’s most prominent film sector.
She wrote on Twitter:
“60! My best years just began!! I am of a chosen generation; I am of a royal priesthood.
“I am of a holy nation, God’s special possession. I shine like the jewel of a crown.
“Totally bowed down in worship to the One whose mercy and grace bore me all these years.”
In another post thanking God for her six-decade on earth, she wrote:
“I dance in gratitude to God and to everyone; thank you much. The weather was perfect. Prayers, well wishes, gifts and the love of you all, my lovelies, made my day spectacular. God bless you all.
“I refuse to settle! I am a glory carrier, a line crosser, a solution bringer. I spread joy wherever I go. I am redeemed of the Lord Jesus Christ. I march into my next few decades with victory.”
Mrs King’s acting career began after she attended an audition for a radio drama titled ‘I Need To Know’ before she went on to become a household name in Everyday People.
She has starred in several stage plays, dramas, and movies, including ‘Dazzling Mirage’, ‘Pasito Dehinde’, and ‘The Gods Are Still Not To Blame.’