- Poverty is something that no one wants to experience and Mzansi celebs are no different
- Scandal star Nozuko Ncayiyane has decided that poverty is one role she won't embrace
- She is determined to make all her dreams come true and make a lot of money along the way
Nozuko (Pretty) Ncayiyane, actress on Scandal, has done some soul searching and has made the decision she will under no circumstances end up in poverty. She is ready is take on any challenges the future may hold for her.
Nozuko shared her aim to avoid poverty on Instagram. She wrote that in this time of her life, there is no-one, not even herself, that can stop her from making her dreams come true and staying true to the person she is.
Briefly.co.za learnt that she went on to say that poverty is bad and it is derived from a system that’s intend was to oppress people.
She believes that if all people can come together in order to beat this monster, chances are it will only get better and we can all rise above the system. She encouraged others to carry on breaking down the doors and to take up space.
There have been many challenges that Nozuko has faced in her life. She is certain that she now has the ability to deal with anything that comes her way.
Nozuko confidently stated that poverty was never going to defeat her. She said that it had no chance in her life and the mandate was to eradicate poverty by all means necessary and to be a star and enlighten our people.
She gave a message to her ancestors that everyone is tired of this beast and that they have fought their battles but the time has come now that it is her time!
The 24-year-old South African actress played the character of Ayanda on Skeem Skeem which she is most popularly known for. Leaving the soapie she joined the crew on Scandal.
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