Big news, Lupita Nyong’ o is scheduled to reach Kenya in first week of July. She is going to lead a homecoming visit that consists of activities that plan to elevate the Kenyan arts group and in addition bring issues to light on elephant preservation endeavors in the nation.
Lupita, whose stellar profession started in Kenyan theater, says she is charmed to be returning home. She says she is enchanted to return to her home land, especially with added honor to have the potential to use the chance to help throw light on Kenya’s conservancy efforts.
Lupita started her acting debut as Hollywood’s new fashion icon when she got her Best Supporting Actress award for her heart wrenching performance in the Oscar nominated 12 Years a Slave.
The performing artist emerged in a baby blue Prada gown that she loved to call “Nairobiblue”, it was immediately turned into a hot subject on Twitter after Lupita enthusiastically announced that this blue reminded her of her homeland Nairobi, because she wanted to have that much touch of home in her.
She was consistent in receiving awards in the best-dressed lists; building up and finally becoming a part of the People magazine’s 2014 most beautiful lady and Glamor magazine’s second best-dressed, in front of the Duchess of Cambridge and famous Hollywood stars.
While Lupita’s red carpet looks have not mirrored her Kenyan roots, her date to the 2014 BAFTA awards was none other than her mother, Dorothy Nyong’o, who wore an outfit by a Kenyan designer.
Numerous local brands including Simba Colt Motors, Safaricom, Kenya Airways, Villa Rosa Kempinski, African Heritage, and Lulea are supporting Lupita’s return home. She will collaborate with WildAid, whose mission is to end the marketing of illicit natural life artifacts, for example, elephant tusks and rhino horns.
Lupita announced that her nation’s elephants are being killed heartlessly for over a century. It is the duty of mankind to protect these gifts of nature and save them from becoming an endangered species. WildAid is an association that tries to manage star influence to lessen worldwide usage of wild life artifacts by inducing buyers and reinforcing authorization unlike any other wild life preservation teams that emphasizes on protecting creatures from poaching.
Lupita, will be in Kenya beginning July. She is likely to have an occupied agenda that will incorporate an immersive mentorship session with youthful Kenyan students and specialists once she is there. In this session, Lupita will talk about her acting vocation and give tips on the most proficient method to succeed in human arts.