A 76-year-old Nigerian Actor named Pete Edochie has been awarded a double Honourary Doctorate Degree by the International School of Technology and Management (ISTM) University, Togo.
Pete Edochie is a Nigerian actor and is considered one of Nigeria’s most talented actors. He has been honored with an Industry Merit Award by Africa Magic and Lifetime Achievement by Africa Film Academy.
Pete was awarded a double Honorary Doctorate degree in Arts and Literature by the International School of Technology and Management (ISTM), Togo for his artistic involvement and grooming in the Nigerian creative industry.
The award was presented to the Veteran Actor at his home of residence where he was decorated with his doctoral regalia by the university’s representative who described him as a pioneer in everything that all the younger ones are copying and appreciated him for all the work he has been doing.
“For all the work he has been doing, and he has been the pioneer in everything that all the younger ones are copying. Dr. of Literature and ISTM Management wishes to give you these awards. Congratulations sir,” the representative said.
Pete Edochie expressed his gratitude to the International School of Technology and Management (ISTM) University, Togo for honoring him and presenting him with the awards.
In another story, a popular American Singer, Usher Raymond IV popularly known as Usher has been awarded an Honourary Doctorate Degree in Music by Berklee College of Music, United States.
Usher Raymond IV is an American R&B singer-songwriter and recording artist who has been singing since the age of 12 in local singing competitions before catching the attention of a music A&R from LaFace Records that brought him to the limelight. Read more about Usher HERE.