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THE BIGGEST PRIZE: Here are Nominees for The Future Awards 2010 – Young Person of the Year!

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The Central Working Committee for Nigeria’s most respected youth event, The Future Awards, has decided to unveil the long list for the biggest award, Young Person of the Year, one week before schedule!

“We are very excited by what we have come up with this year – so excited that we have 10 names on the list this rather than the usual 8,” says Shade Ladipo, a member of the committee. “And we thought we should share that excitement!”

All the nominees for Young Person of the Year have been taken out of the various categories as always and identified as trailblazing role models for young Nigerians,” Ladipo said. “They are all winners, and so they will all be given plaques like last year. Also, they will not go through the 4 stages of judging for the awards, only one stage for voting and one stage for judging since all of them are finalists and will be so recognized at the awards.”

“They have all been contacted and we are incredibly proud of them. You will be inspired.”

THE YOUNG PERSON OF THE YEAR NOMINEES:
1. Genevieve Nnaji, 31 – Actor
2. Nnaemeka C. Ikegwuonu, 28 – Advocate
3. Uche Eze, 26 – Entrepreneur
4. P-Square (Peter & Paul Okoye), 29 – Artiste
5. Ojoma Ochai, 29 – Intrapreneur
6. Michael Ajere (Don Jazzy), 29 – Entrepreneur
7. Nneka, 29 – Artiste
8. Debo Olaosebikan, 25 – Scientist
9. Blessing Okagbare, 22 – Artiste
10. Makinde Adeagbo, 25 – Innovator

Genevieve Nnaji – Actor

Genevieve Nnaji is an international star, representing the very best that Nollywood has to offer, and one of the best faces that the country can present to the world. The 31 year old multiple-award winning actress, who has been so credited on CNN and Oprah, is a global role model.

Nnaemeka C. Ikegwuonu – Advocate

Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu, 28, has received global acclaim for his work with communities in South-eastern Nigeria where he has promoted sustainable agricultural development and environmental conservation beneficial to rural poor farmers, with recognition that includes becoming a Laureate of the Rolex Awards for Enterprise – Young Laureates Program 2010.

Uche Eze – Entrepreneur

Known by her famous brand, Eze is a pioneer in every sense of the word. BellaNaija.com is now the gold standard for online media and others can now do it because the 26 year old dared to quit her job in Corporate Nigeria to champion New Media innovation – becoming a TEDAfrica Fellow in the process, and featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show and on CNN International.

Debo Olaosebikan – Scientist

25 year old Olaosebikan (also a rapper under the stage name Levelz!) is currently completing a PhD in Physics at Cornell University where he is working on the world’s first silicon laser with Dr. Michal Lipson, one of the world’s leading Nanophotonics pioneers, groundbreaking research that will introduce the world to an era of much more faster computer processes.

P-Square – Artiste

Across Africa, the 29 year old twin brothers Peter and Paul Okoye have become huge superstars showing what Nigeria is capable of, winning everything from the $1 million Kora All Africa Music Award prize to a multi-million naira telecom endorsement deal.

Nneka – Artiste

No one saw her coming! 29 year old Nneka Egbuna arrived in Nigeria from the world and soon went back to conquer it, becoming one of Nigeria’s most prominent global voices, winning the BET Awards and performing across the world.

Don Jazzy – Entrepreneur

Born Michael Ajere, the almost mythical Don Jazzy is a now-legendary Nigerian music entrepreneur. With Mo-Hits, the 29 year old has done nothing less than revolutionized Nigerian music and the capacity of the Nigerian music industry, creating a string of stars including D’banj, Wande Coal, Dr. Sid, and D’prince.

Ojoma Ochai – Intrapreneur

Ojoma Ochai has distinguished herself with a storied career at the British Council, rising through the ranks to become, at 29, the Assistant Country Director for the international culture organisation, becoming a powerful symbol – in a country with a now-pervasive celebrity culture – that one can stay within and still shine bright and make a mark.

Blessing Okagbare – Athlete

22 year old Okagbare has been referred to as one of 2010’s most important athletes in the continent. A long and triple jumper and short sprinter, the Olympics medallist scored a 100 m/long jump double at the NCAA Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Championship for University of Texas at El Paso, and won the Nigerian 100 m title in 2010.

Makinde Adeagbo – Innovator

Facebook has changed the world, and 25 year old Adeagbo is one of its frontrunners. A Software Enginner with the company for four years, amongst other things the whiz-kid is famous for being part of a 2-man team responsible for reducing over 1 MB of Javascript to 2 KB, making the site load twice as fast worldwide. Nominees in the 20 other categories will be unveiled on Monday, December 5, and voting on all categories will begin immediately on that date.

More information on the nominees is available on www.thefuturenigeria.com. We can’t wait!

74 Comments

  1. brendz

    November 29, 2010 at 10:51 am

    Not sure about genevieve…….what exactly has she done in recent times? this is a genuine question if any one knows , kindly share pls

    • Y.A

      November 29, 2010 at 3:32 pm

      ehn! jooooo o, G baby represents 9ja 10/10. she deserves it jor!

    • Glossy

      November 29, 2010 at 3:32 pm

      These people are such idiots. Genevieve is older than their 30 years cut off but because they want her on their cover, they are sucking up big time. Chude is such a hypocrite! And let my voice be heard Bella….

    • Modupe A

      November 29, 2010 at 4:17 pm

      And they also chose Bella because they wanted this published here right? *SMH*

    • Idowu

      November 29, 2010 at 5:09 pm

      She has been at the top of her game for over a decade. Yup, she deserves a place there more than any of the others. Clear your mind of beef sister. Perhaps they are the ones recognizing this fact a bit too late. Almost like they were waiting for some international recognition first. Kst!!!

    • Idowu

      November 29, 2010 at 7:55 pm

      Sorry I was replying Brendz

    • mee

      November 29, 2010 at 6:27 pm

      I don’t know the cutoff age but I will tell you some of why she deserves to be there

      1) At age 31 she has become the face of Nollywood to non-Nigerians. She has excelled in her chosen career like many on this list. If you argue she’s an entertainer then so is Don Jazzy, Nneka and P-square. Does that mean they should be excluded?
      2) She is influential. Because of her thousands of young girls now dream to be actresses. Few years ago that wasn’t the case. She has inspired more people to consider a career in acting than any other Nigerian actor. Her influence arguably cuts across the continent.
      3) As rightly said; she is one of “the best faces the country can present to the world.”

      So, success check, accolades check, influence check, recognition check.

      If she doesn’t deserve it, I don’t know who else in Nollywood does and whether you like it or not Nollywood is a force to reckon with.

      Age may disqualify her but definitely not lack of achievements.

    • Ready

      November 30, 2010 at 7:25 am

      Maybe not all the artistes, but yes, P-Square should be excluded. It’s like the final question in Angelin Jolie’s “Wanted”….”WTF have you done lately?” So P-Square got a telecoms deal, ehen? Kini big deal”? So did Banky W., Ruggedman, and many others. All I know P-square did except perform all over as did many Naija artistes, was to buy Hummers and other orisirisi cars which might have added to a vibrant economy, but does not a future leader make.

    • Glossy

      November 30, 2010 at 7:41 am

      I have no beef with Genevieve being recognized but I have a problem with inconsistent rules. Chude and his crew refused to recognize many because of the age thing. In fact people started lying about there age because of it. We all know Genevieve’s age so what changed? I sure did not see any announcement that the age rule had changed. There should be standards if not, the Future award should not be so celebrated

    • Kelechi

      November 30, 2010 at 8:58 am

      @Glossy, you do need to chill with a drink. What is the matter with you? The Future Awards cut off age has ALWAYS been 31. Go and check their website, and like someone below here just said, you can even check old Bellanaija posts. People like you are the problems we have in our society. Ill-informed but insistent all the same.

    • Babs

      December 2, 2010 at 8:14 am

      You r so on point. People forget all the things that made this girl tick and stand apart from her pairs, instead they want to dwell on issues that don’t count and then get offended when they r called haterz. She has worked hard and its her time to reap the fruits of her labour. Stop questioning it people!

  2. Cho24

    November 29, 2010 at 10:53 am

    Hmmmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Naija Didi

    November 29, 2010 at 10:55 am

    Congrats to all the nominees.

  4. Peperempe

    November 29, 2010 at 11:03 am

    Oh well, Bella is just 26? Oh my God, I have to start working hard oh. What! My day has officially broken!!!

    To be honest, I think she deserves the award. Her business employs Nigerians, and I think unemployment is the biggest problem facing ordinary young Nigerians at the moment. Everyone else has done well, but apart from Uche and Jazzy I don’t see anyone else on that list providing meaningful employment for a reasonable number of young Nigerians (now or in the future). While a few others are doing well abroad and should be commended for it, doing it in Nigeria is a completely different matter!

    Well done Bella, now I have to go and set my own plans to work!

  5. NneSomebody

    November 29, 2010 at 11:08 am

    This a truly awesome list. I am so blown away by all these young people doing great things. Don Jazzy is only 29??? and our own Uche, 26??? I don old finish. Well done!

  6. Olar

    November 29, 2010 at 11:41 am

    Solid.

  7. ruchylicious

    November 29, 2010 at 11:49 am

    Wwwooowww!!

  8. Kelechi

    November 29, 2010 at 11:54 am

    this is utter rubbish please! yes good list some ppl there deserve it but how dare the committee ignore Chineze Anyaene who made the most outstanding movie of the year that set a new pace in cinema records? this is annoying!!! anyway congrats to Genevieve and a few…

    • TeeGee

      November 30, 2010 at 4:28 pm

      Kelechi, you had the chance to nominate whosoever u deemed fit, but you didnt. This list is by popular nomination and so everybody doing great things can not be nominated.

  9. tama

    November 29, 2010 at 11:56 am

    am so tripped by all these young people..nice nice nice
    have to be on that list somehow soonest
    so watch out for moi!

  10. Naijamum

    November 29, 2010 at 12:01 pm

    Well done to all the nominees – and to all the other young Nigerians who are working hard to make a difference.
    Have to say I would find it really hard to choose because they have all contributed in some way.

  11. Temiloluwa Adebayo

    November 29, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    Very inspiring list. I’m very encouraged by this. Well done all.

    http://temiville.wordpress.com/

  12. FemmeLounge

    November 29, 2010 at 12:44 pm

    Congrats to the nominees, especially you Bella. You deserve it.

  13. lizzy

    November 29, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    Facebook is not only an employer of labour, its also one of the fastest means of disseminating information in real time so please nobody should look down on Makinde’s feats and also, Debo is deserving of proper commendation. I guess they all are and i am soooo proud of Uche Eze, didn’t know she was that young, also kudos to psquare and okagbare and like someone said, chineze deserved at least a mention in the awards….

    • Peperempe

      November 29, 2010 at 1:23 pm

      I agree they are employers of labour, but I was referring to employers of Nigerians in Nigeria. I wasn’t looking down on anybody, in fact I did say they should be commended but I still feel that potential mass employers of Nigerian labour should take precedence in this case.

  14. ochella

    November 29, 2010 at 1:05 pm

    hmmmmmm……..God has definately blessed us. I am just reading about the Makinde Adeagbo guy. I am definately impressed.

  15. misspretty

    November 29, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    WOW!!! too hard to choose. All of them have done well in their respective fields.. kudos to all..

  16. kushimo olasunkanmi

    November 29, 2010 at 2:56 pm

    I really love all dat u are doing I wih I can be part of this great project.God bless you all

  17. sholly babe

    November 29, 2010 at 3:00 pm

    Bella better win this category….I really don’t give a shitt about the rest …sorry

  18. jazmyne

    November 29, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    one word.Inspiring.want to be like them wen i grow up.

  19. Keke

    November 29, 2010 at 3:22 pm

    This makes me happy. Good news this warm afternoon.

  20. Glossy

    November 29, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    And can I say Congrats to Bella! You have changed the way Nigerian entertainment journalists work.

  21. cynthia chukwukelu

    November 29, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    i think genevieve nnaji need to rest. 9ja can’t keep on having same celebrity. the need 9ja need more actress and actor. 9ja movie keep using genevieve and same star. all those people in that list of award what good thing have the contribute to 9ja. that is what the meant to ask before producing the list. p square and nnaji that make $1 million, how many times have the help the people. 9ja una get long way to go. u guy need to wake and start thinking

    • Stacy

      December 2, 2010 at 7:27 am

      For me Genevieve should take the cake. She made the entertainment industry a cool place to be. The impression that all actresses were indecent and a waste of space was single handedly changed by this girl and as far as I am concerned she has been under-appreciated. This award should be about those who have given hope to the hopeless. It should be more about those who have given net and fish.

  22. jess

    November 29, 2010 at 4:39 pm

    I thought the cut off age was 30 as well? Hmm. Anyhoo we are rooting for you Uche!!

    • cynthia chukwukelu

      November 29, 2010 at 5:49 pm

      so why is genevieve in the list. 9ja corruption never go for una blood

  23. Gbenga Awomodu

    November 29, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    Yay! Love this list (though would have loved to see ‘Chineze Anyaene’ mentioned). Anyways, the profiles are quite intimidating and I’ll definitely tip my boss for the award o! Uche Eze all the way!!!

  24. The chikooo

    November 29, 2010 at 5:22 pm

    CONGRATS BELLA!
    U deserve it.am so so proud of u.

  25. kreamy

    November 29, 2010 at 5:49 pm

    Congrats bella. I hope u win

  26. Kenneth

    November 29, 2010 at 5:56 pm

    Hi Jess,

    The cut off age has been 31 for the past five years. You can consult old posts on BellaNaija here to confirm.

    Rgds.

    • jess

      November 29, 2010 at 8:07 pm

      Oh, thank you.

  27. New bride

    November 29, 2010 at 7:05 pm

    Congrats to all the nominees, but Future Awards Organizers PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE make sure the event is not mediocre this time around!
    And when I say mediocre I mean: make sure it starts on time (on a Sunday night, when we have work the next day, we shouldn’t still be in the venue at 11pm halfway thru the show), make sure to use a venue that can accomodate all your guests (by now, you should know that MUSON Center is way tooooooooo small for the number of guests you invite), not everyone has to perform (last year there were a bit too many performances), there’s no need for 4 MC’s (one is ok, beg Wild Child if you have to, please). I can go on and on, but i’m sure you get the gist and before I start sounding like a hater. thank you.

  28. blithe

    November 29, 2010 at 8:19 pm

    BELLA for president!!!
    lol..
    Bella for young person of the year!!

  29. Nene

    November 29, 2010 at 8:46 pm

    YAY for Sciences, we are getting more and more recognition everyday…I am so excited for the future of Science in Nigeria.

  30. Obi-talk

    November 29, 2010 at 10:10 pm

    P square is like the biggest item on that list. There will be vexing if they don’t win… but hey they all seem cool.

  31. Ini

    November 29, 2010 at 11:12 pm

    Congratulations! When was Bella a TEDAfrica Fellow, just curious?

  32. 306omo

    November 30, 2010 at 12:58 am

    Of course Genevieve will be the topic of the day! this is why i refuse to read or hear anything about entertainment in Nigeria, when people like Debo, Makinde, Nnaemeka and even Blessing who work so hard to help their environment, and promote education are hardly talked about or encouraged by giving them a spread on Nigerian News paper or even Bella Naija. All we see is fashion this, movie that, album on the corner. I am not saying their is anything wrong in promoting fashion in Nigeria but sometimes i wonder where they get the money to maintain their material habits. When a vast majority of Nigerians still lack basic education. This is why they failed to recognize Blessing as an Athlete.
    I hope this award goes to the person who have used what they’ve learnt in school and are making a difference. Learn from others my people!, CNN heroes are not artiste or Fashionistas, they are ordinary people with lots of Love for their people and Passionate about helping their community and promoting a safe environment.
    That been said! pls feel free to comment, lets promote education for once!
    Remember, their are many awards for Artiste’s and people in the Entertainment industry year round but very few for scientist, atheletes, innovators and Advocates! choose Wisely!.
    Thanks

    • yinka

      November 30, 2010 at 10:05 am

      I kind of agree with this.there are a lot of awards recognizing artistes at the moment but so few for other fields.I LOVE don jazzy,p-square and most other nigerian artiste but i do believe young people need fresher models in other fields to look up to.case in point uche @26,I applaud you,blessing,makinde and so many others that didnt make this list, i SALUTE you.God bless u all,God bless Nigeria.

    • iBreatheFreedom

      December 6, 2010 at 11:18 pm

      Thank you so much. Only reasonable post I’ve read here. With no proper education available to so many Nigerians, you would think our people would sit down and look for constructive ways of solving this problem. But no, here they are proposing a list of “Future leaders” with people who act films or sing songs, when some members of their family don’t have tap water. In 2010. Let’s see if Genevieve’s films or Psquare’s songs will solve any of Nigeria’s fundamental problems. Hiss.

  33. Naijafairy

    November 30, 2010 at 6:11 am

    Lots of people are up in arms about Genevieve, but i think this is her year, this is her year to be recognized and applauded, she has always been the face of nollywood, the standard of a first class Nigerian Actress, and she is only 31. No one has worked as hard as she has this year. Genevieve has not only managed to have a successful career but she has also managed to keep a private life, private, in our celebrity hungry culture of today, i applaud her…When there is an actress that has impressed me as she has done, i will vote for them.
    Nneka is also on my list of great young Nigerians, my question is though, are there no young Nigerians in healthcare? Or are they not even recognized, well a wise woman once said while recieving her oscar … I dedicate this to all the healthcare professionals who work day and night to keep us alive and yet dont have award ceremonies to celebrate it. Amen

  34. schor

    November 30, 2010 at 10:50 am

    genieve is 31, isnt it for those below 30?

  35. no name

    November 30, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    its really true! i think more kudos shuld go to young people that have made impact in all categories! it shuldn’t be limited to music and acting alone! Genevieve has been recognised in the past, i dont think she has a place here, lets give more room, to the upcomin ones! dats y Nigeria is not movin forward because the “AGBAYA’S” (the older ones) dnt want to leave for the young ones come in! on d real, the are a lot of nollywood actresses that are as gud as genevieve! so pls stop the hype abeg! but not every one has a profile like the makinde guy! u need to chek it to c wot m talkin bout! thank God bella is dere cos, she is d first person to introduce an online magazine, which evryone loves, so lets appreciate pple dat do unique things and stop hypin unecesary stuffs! also if its calld FUTURE AWARDS, I THINK 31 IS A BIT OVER THE TOP. LET 30 BE THE MAXIMUM AGE!

    • lizzy

      November 30, 2010 at 5:08 pm

      Voting will start soon, so go ahead and make sure you vote instead of crying foul later on ok?.
      Simply organise loads of people to vote whomever you think best.

  36. Dee gurl

    November 30, 2010 at 12:42 pm

    Whether less than 31, 31 or more than, they have all achieved great things in life and we all have benefited in one way or another, directly or indirectly, so i’ll say am happy for everyone shortlisted and i wish all of them luck. My only concern is that i will have to start working harder cos this is a big challenge for me personally…..Good luck ya all…

  37. nekiss

    November 30, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    @Dee gurl, I agree with you totally. It is also a challenge to me and I think that’s what some of these awards are meant to be – an inspiration, but it is a pity that most times we leave the substance and continue to pursue shadows. To me all the nominees deserve it and for those calling Genevieve, she was nominated in her field and I think other fields got nominees too, moreover more names will be released. Let us always read these stuffs to get inspired and not to gossip and criticise. It has been established that the cut off age is 31 still some go on hyping about the age thing. Please let’s not only read the list and rush to comment without at least getting some info from other people’s comment. Peace

  38. ruby

    November 30, 2010 at 8:51 pm

    jealousy go kill some ppl…wetin Genevieve do una??

  39. misstee

    November 30, 2010 at 9:24 pm

    congrats all,Uche most especially.Haven said that,i really should get cracking about realising my million-dollar idea too!

  40. Jonzing World

    November 30, 2010 at 10:09 pm

    Hehehe its a tie between genevieve and bella naija..if am correct the fan base for both are huge..big ups ladies your an inspiration..Dos of you criticizing una never tire to Jonz…stop jonzing and join me so we can fight to get into that list next year

  41. Tosin

    December 1, 2010 at 10:24 am

    OK, I am jealous of Genevieve and her superficial life, but that doesn’t mean that she isn’t a credible nominee.
    Learn to separate your emotions (hatin’, jealous of her pretty poses and time on-screen and money and fame) from fact (the woman is accomplished and looks great enough to rule Nolly-Holly-Bollywood) . More power to her, and to all the nominees.
    By the way, the cut-off age is not 30 but 31.

  42. Marcel

    December 1, 2010 at 11:40 am

    For me it’s all about what one has given back to society. So I think Nnaemeka C. Ikegwuonu is good for it. Bella Naija’s Uche Eze is in also.

  43. ifi

    December 1, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    I love the list. Every single one of them deserves to be on it. I am mostly inspired by the scientist(Debo) and the innovator(Makinde). Good job

  44. Amaka

    December 1, 2010 at 5:35 pm

    I would say Blessing, Makinde or Nnaemeka should get the award simply because I totally love people that are quietly making things happen and feel those are the ones that should get recognized.

    Congrats to Bella on receiving the nomination too! 🙂

  45. NNENNE

    December 1, 2010 at 7:59 pm

    Is it too late?Congratulations Bella!!! You are really an inspiration to our youth.In this era of unemployment we need people like you.Got me thinking…..
    Kudos to the other nominees too. People should leave Genevieve alone!! What the heck is wrong with us?

  46. shark

    December 2, 2010 at 7:20 am

    But it’s impossible naaawww!! Is it not Gene again??! People must have one baseless thing to say out of spite and at the same time wonder about the hype. ‘The one you love to hate’. A lot like Beyonce really. But the truth is what it is, it can’t be stopped and neither can they.

  47. Zizi

    December 3, 2010 at 4:28 am

    Nneka is my girl. She is one artiste who plays at concerts and gives the proceed to charity. She plays for love and not money. She deserves to win. Check out her lyrics and you will see the truth in NNEKA. I’m a big big fan NNeKA!!!

  48. Muna

    December 3, 2010 at 8:42 am

    i think the award should go to someone who still represents ‘THE FUTURE’, not the ones whose careers/contributions have peaked and steadied, and in the maturity curve are likely to start to decline. I’d go for Uche Eze, Nneka or any of the others who we will still be expecting fresh great stuff from in the next few years…just like I felt abt 2face when he won in 2006.

  49. Seiko aka: "Mo sparkles"

    December 3, 2010 at 1:13 pm

    Starters, the award is for under 30s and not over. Don Jazzy: is my fave but he looks older than 29. But i mean he should get it. Genny – she has worked hard enough to earn the award but honestly, this is her year’. so people, lets allow her enjoy it. the Debo dude, PHD @ 25 and still doing it… and also it is a follow up research work- what is the hype about that, i have mates with PHD @ age 23-24 so what is the fuss? Neka- she is naturally a sweet person. P-square, hmmmmmm, i only know the sing, and produce there own ish. videos okay.. but do they deserve it? not sure!!!. saving MY BEST for the last. Bellanaija, deserves it. Started a blog and see how far it has gone. am proud of u and this is a brilliant idea. so she has my votes and that of my friends.

  50. stinzu

    December 3, 2010 at 1:14 pm

    …i dont think a musician or actor shld win this year..we`ve got enough music and movie awards in nigeria already, it should go to som1 lyk uche, makinde or ojoma who is repping nigeria real well around the world

  51. me

    December 3, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    more science….more people with educational backgrounds…less glamour (including actresses nd musicians)… I love music and movies..but only a few ppl become big from of them …so pls inspire kids to go to schoool which is more useful …. #justsayin

  52. me

    December 3, 2010 at 8:57 pm

    Btw …Don jazzy cannot be 29….Stop playin mehn….#hahahahaha

    Gennny is a great actress and embodies strength (independent woman)…..but pls we need newer ppl in the spotlight… #truth

  53. cleopas

    December 6, 2010 at 2:14 am

    i’d go for NNEKA………………she is just too good….really. they are all good………………even BELLA. i love what i’m seeing here on the list…don jazzy?……..cool.

  54. The Bola

    December 7, 2010 at 6:25 pm

    Uche Eze= WINNER!

    NOllywood isn’t the only industry in NIgeria. Our people seem to forget that and btw, Genny is definately not the best actress in Nollywood. One of the beast, maybe, but there are many other actresses that exude more talent than she does word… Kate Henshaw, Rita Dominic,Sola Sobowale and many other Yoruba actresses.
    We sometimes get blinded bby ‘bauty’ and automatically equate it with talent. Shouldn’t be.

    Even the Nnaemeka (the second person on the list)is doing a great job, rebuilding the country form the ground up, we need to see more of suc people win awards, nit just music/nollywood folks

  55. Dan P

    December 8, 2010 at 1:14 pm

    DEBO IS THE WINNER

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