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Congrats to our African movie practitioners.

On Saturday 8th March 2014 at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards, they were honoured for their impressive contributions to the film industry, at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The event was hosted by IK Osakioduwa, Osas Ighodaro and Vimbai Mutinhiri.

Check out all the winners.

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Best Movie 2013
Obi Emelonye – Last Flight to Abuja
Udoka Oyeka & Orode Ryan – Living Funeral
Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Yvonne Okoro & Ken Attoh – Contract ***WINNER***
Michelle Bello – Flower Girl
James Omokwe – Awakening

Best Movie Drama
Obi Emelonye – Last Flight to Abuja
Edwin Maina Kariuki – Nairobi Half Life
Udoka Oyeka & Orode Ryan – Living Funeral
Frank Rajah Arase – The Groom’s Bride  ***WINNER***
Jumafor Ajogwu & Chris Eneaji – Murder at Prime Suites

Best Movie Comedy
Uche Jombo – Lies Men Tell
Shirley Frimpong-Manso, Yvonne Okoro & Ken Attoh – Contract
Elvis Chucks – A Wish ***WINNER***
Martins Onyebuchi Onyemaobi – The Fighter
Martins Onyebuchi Onyemaobi – The Hero

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Best Movie Director
Obi Emelonye – Last Flight to Abuja
Tosh Gitonga – Nairobi Half Life
Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Contract  ***WINNER***
Udoka Oyeka – Living Funeral
Frank Rajah Arase – Price
Amil Shivji – Shoeshine

Best Actress in a Drama
Stephanie Wilson – Living Funeral
Veronica Waceke – Higher Learning
Nse Ikpe-Etim – Journey to Self  ***WINNER***
Nkiru Sylvanus – Kiss And The Brides
Ivie Okujaiye – The Volunteers

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Best Actor in a Drama
Juma Rajab Rashid – Siri Ya Mtungi
Majid Michel – Somewhere in Africa
Hlomla Dandala – Contract
Majid Michel – House of Gold
Tope Tedela – A Mile From Home  ***WINNER***

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Best Supporting Actress
Valerie Kimani – Higher Learning
Jazymn Batchan – Still Standing
Liz Ameye – Living Funeral
Lance Handabile – Love Games
Tamara Eteimo – Desperate House Girls
Bikiya Graham-Douglas – Flower Girl  ***WINNER***

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Best Supporting Actor
David Mulwa – Higher Learning
Ian Mbugua – House of Lungula
Desmond Elliot – Finding Mercy  ***WINNER***
Bimbo Manuel – Torn
Chris Attoh – Flower Girl

Best Actress in a Comedy
Funke Akndele – The Fighter
Funke Akndele – The Hero
Funke Akndele – Return of Sheri Koko  ***WINNER***
Mary Ogbonna – Clinic Matters
Jackie Appiah – Cheaters
Yvonne Okoro – Contract

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Best Actor in a Comedy
Hlomla Dandala – Contract
John Okafor – Return of Sheri Koko
Osita Iheme – The Hero  ***WINNER***
Osita Iheme – The Fighter
Chinedu Ikedieze – The Hero

Best Television Series Comedy/Drama
Grace Kahaki Munthali – Prem Episode 2
Fred Phiri – Love Games Episode 6  ***WINNER***
John Riber – Siri Ya Mtungi
Paul Igwe – The Benjamins
Benson Akindeju – Nowhere to be Found

Best Short Film
Vincent Moloi – Berea
Amarachukwu Onoh – Mother Tongue
Amil Shivji – Shoeshine
Walter “Waltbanger” Taylaur – The Wages  ***WINNER***
Enuma Chigbo – The Deadwood

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Best Documentary
Dr Gilbert Chigbo (Narrator) – The Deadwood  ***WINNER***
Sonia Maingi – Tumanka Goes to School
Peter Murimi – Matatu: My Life, My Art
Peter Murimi- Guardians of the Wild
David Campbell – Shamba Shape Up

Best Indigenous Language Movie/Series (Swahili)
Edwin Maina Kariuki – Nairobi Half Life
Jordan Riber – Siri Ya Mtungi
Ann Hamberger – Nina
Njoki Muhoho – Mama Duka  ***WINNER***
Musa Venerable Mziba, Vagabond

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Best Indigenous Language Movie/Series (Yoruba)
Afeez Eniola – Arinnakore
Mercy Aigbe – Komfo  ***WINNER***
Abdulrasaq Abdullahi – Edidi
Olatunji Akeem Balogun – Aye Kooto
Olatunji Akeem Balogun – Mufu Olosa Oloko

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Best Indigenous Language Movie/Series (Hausa)
Yasin Auwal, Umar K, Mazugal – Wana Gari 1& 2
Hafizu Bello – Bakin Kishi
Abba Muko Yakassai – Habib  ***WINNER***
Nasir Sa’ad Gwangwazo – Runan Jakara
Mikail I. Bin Hassan – Kurman Gari

Best Online Video
Stacy McDermott & Neville Ossai – Jungle Jewel: The Short Film
Mary Kaiyare – Deceit
Stanlee Ohikhuare – Kpian’s Premonition
Dorothy Ghettuba, Oyunga Pala – Next Big Host
Amarachukwu Onoh – Mother Tongue  ***WINNER***

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Best Writer (Drama)
Shirley Frimpong-Manso & Hertey Owusu – Contract  ***WINNER***
Patrick Yaadar & Andy Boyo – Off The Hook
Akpor Kagho – Living Funeral
Fatima Jabbe – Battered
Pascal Amanfo – Single & Married

Best Writer (Comedy)
Jigi Bello – Flower Girl  ***WINNER***
Jahmal Holland – Still Standing
Ohis Udofia – Kuti’s Career Palace
Patrick Onyeka – The Place
Seun Arowojolu – Squatterz

Best Cinematographer
James Michael Costello – Last Flight to Abuja
Christian Almesberger – Nairobi Half Life  ***WINNER***
Idhebor Kagho – Living Funeral
Imoh Umoren – Have a Nice Day
Themba Masondo – Taxi Ride

Best Art Director
Barbara Minishi – Nairobi Half Life ***WINNER***

Ken Attoh & Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Contract
Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Apples Miniseries Part 1&2
Kyle Quint – Siri Ya Mtungi
Frank Rajah Arase – The Piece

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Best Sound Editor
Sola Awoponle – Ilari
Obi Emelonye & Luke Corradine – Last Flight to Abuja  ***WINNER***
Jordan Riber – Siri Ya Mtungi
Carl Raccah – Journey to Self
Maurice Kings – Murder at Prime Suites
Paul Apel – Blue Flames

Best Video Editor
Ben Nugent & Obi Emelonye – Last Flight to Abuja
Austin Faani Ikechukwu – Battle for Wealth
Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Contract  ***WINNER***
Chucks Madu Success – Oga On Top
Jack Esterhuizen – Love Games Episode 25

Best Lightning Designer
Don Izuchukwu – Brother’s Keeper
Godwin Daniel – Living Funeral
Ifeoluwa Balogun – The Benjamins
Mohammed Zain – Nairobi Half Life  ***WINNER***
Eric Aghimien – A Mile from Home

Best Costume Designer
Adeola Ramonu – Adebola Omo Oba
Doreen Estazia Noni – Siri Ya Mtungi
Catherine Kibugi – Sumu La Penzi Episode 5
Ruth Ndulu Maingi – Lies That Bind Episode 2 Season 2
Chiemela Nwagboso – The Kingdom  ***WINNER***

Best Make-up Artist
Elayne Okaya – Nairobi Half Life  ***WINNER***
Olabimpe Cole – Lekki Wives
Alex Gakumo – Sumu La Penzi Episode 1 Season 1
Michael Wawuyo – The Felistas Fable
Rehema Samo – Siri Ya Mtungi
Israel Moses – A Wish
Rosemary Obika, Redemption

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New Era Award Movie – Rita Dominic – The Meeting

Trailblazer Award – Michelle Bello

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Industry Merit Award – Pete Edochie

We asked you to predict – See if you got it right – HERE


  1. Lateh F

    March 9, 2014 at 2:46 am

    Murder at Prime Suites derserved that win not… The Groom’s Bride. But anyway… I am happy that Pete Edochie was recognised tho, he is an amazing actor.

  2. Bob Charlton

    March 9, 2014 at 3:35 am

    Best winners. AMAA has proven to be worth every every.

    • nene

      March 9, 2014 at 12:07 pm

      AMAA what???? this is AMVCA. i don’t think AMAA can pull this off

  3. kokie

    March 9, 2014 at 3:48 am

    Love that short black dress short

  4. je

    March 9, 2014 at 5:29 am

    Yvonne okoro is simply beautiful,and contract was a really nice movie. Congrats to her.

  5. Mercy Vera Peter

    March 9, 2014 at 5:46 am

    Congratz Mr. Amarachukwu Onoh, I knew this would not pass you. I pray you’ll grab an oscar soon

  6. Captain Awesome

    March 9, 2014 at 6:22 am

    Is that Uncle Pete?! I live for that man’s diction and carriageee!!!! daddi you are too much

    • Amaka

      March 10, 2014 at 8:50 am

      Daddyyyyy……… He deserves that award, btw i did not see an Igbo category for indigenious films, Igbos need to wake up!!!!

  7. Stephanie

    March 9, 2014 at 6:25 am

    Awww…weldone bella!

  8. amakadon

    March 9, 2014 at 7:41 am

    Award well deserved. Pete Edochie remains a Legend.


    March 9, 2014 at 7:43 am

    congrats to them all

  10. @edDREAMZ

    March 9, 2014 at 8:36 am

    Lovely just lovely…… Nw africa are doing us proud….


    March 9, 2014 at 8:59 am

    Congrats to Pete Edochie for a well-deserved award. That man is legendary.

  12. Henry

    March 9, 2014 at 9:18 am

    Beautiful Rita……..

  13. bola

    March 9, 2014 at 9:33 am

    Yayyyyy. So happy that The Contract scooped so many awards. That was my best movie of 2013!!!!

  14. Emy

    March 9, 2014 at 9:52 am

    Watched the AMVCA live and i was glad. Pete Edochei deserved the award, infact i knew he was the one when the category was mentioned. Osas was the lady of the night. She too fine!


    March 9, 2014 at 10:04 am

    bellanaija u are d best,only ur photos of amvc clear d rest na wash.i watch d award,every1 luk amazing.

  16. gags

    March 9, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Desmond Elliot ddnt deserve that win..

  17. bevshine events

    March 9, 2014 at 10:44 am

    Last flight should have won something…..awesome movie. anyhoo everyone looked great

  18. bimpe

    March 9, 2014 at 11:13 am

    Thought Last Flight to Abuja scooped awards last year. Does a movie span across 3 years for an award? Please enlighten. Thanks.

  19. Cool cat

    March 9, 2014 at 11:26 am

    I like the influx of new talent in the African film industry but slightly shocked that the nollywood greats are not featured at all, not in acting nor producing. Are thy still relevant in this industry or more preoccupied with red carpet appearances and lack lustre interviews?

    • 'Oma

      March 10, 2014 at 3:57 pm

      I think the last two thots already answer that

  20. Susan

    March 9, 2014 at 11:35 am

    Best AMVCAs! Was really happy. 90% of the people I voted for won, that’s a first! Lol. Was very excited, great night. It was also nice to see Pete Edochie get the Merit Award, important to celebrate them while they’re still here.
    I think Living Funeral is the only movie nominated for more than 4 categories and still went home with nothing; upon all the noise. Good job Shirley! I’m so proud. God bless! 🙂

  21. nene

    March 9, 2014 at 12:06 pm

    this award was very well organized and i was happy with 90% of the winners, it was well deserved. Biggest shock of the night was Tope Tedela winning, i was rooting for him but i thought Hlomla or Majid would beat him. Congratulations to the winners and the organizers! Waje and Flavour killed it, in fact all the performers were amazing. The opening act was the best!!!

    • Shandi

      March 9, 2014 at 3:34 pm

      I know right. I was rooting for him but was unsure about him winning. Was screaming when his name was called. God is really good!

  22. svelte lady

    March 9, 2014 at 1:25 pm

    Pete Edochie!!!!

  23. princess

    March 9, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    Blossom Chuks Chukwujeku from Finding Mercy and Flower girl needs to be up for nominations next year and win awards!!! That guy is a breath of fresh air!! Love him!!! Ps congrats to all the winners!!!! Yvonne baby, me and you are gonna be bff’s soon! Love you beautiful woman!

  24. Que

    March 9, 2014 at 2:30 pm

    Heart melts @ Pete Edochie!!!

  25. Ibukun

    March 9, 2014 at 3:25 pm

    Aye kooto should have won!!!!!!!!

    • Magz

      March 11, 2014 at 3:24 pm

      thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!! it should have!!!!!!

  26. uju

    March 9, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Go PETE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  27. Shandi

    March 9, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Wow, it must hurt to be nominated in 8 categories and go with nothing; Living Funeral.
    Good job, Shirley! You really showed it was International Women’s Day; I love you!
    Obi Emolonye, it was great you let your wife stay by your side, as opposed to last year when your guys put her at the back.
    I’m happy! Well deserved winners.

    • Mayowa

      March 9, 2014 at 3:53 pm

      I remember last year when BN put the list of the people nominated and 90% of the comments were going on about how they weren’t qualified to be on the list, and someone said they were “hating”, and they will surely win. I guess whoever that person was now knows the true and actual definition of hate.
      Well done Shirley, I was rooting for you last year and I was disappointed, this year, wow I’m beyond happy. The awards Ghana had were all from you, you really should be proud of yourself.
      Tope, I couldn’t be more proud. Amarachukwu, I’m more than happy for you. Nse, I voted tirelessly, well done girl. Bikiya, I’m happy you won ’cause I also voted and you deserve it.
      To the rest of the winners, congratulations. Well deserved!
      Well done, AMVCA.

    • Exquisite

      March 9, 2014 at 4:07 pm

      I know right!
      People use the “hate” word anyhow. Last year, I didn’t bother commenting, I’m like wait for March and we’d know who’s really good (awards) and who’s really hating. Any little thing “they’re hating”. That word is used carelessly today.
      Shirley! Shirley!!!!!!!!! You see, many ladies and women and proud. A job well done! You truly inspire me.
      Michelle Bello, Congratulations. Beautiful lady! Great job.
      Pete Edochie!!!!! What more can I say? Well deserved awards. I’m more content about these awards unlike last year. Great job guys.
      And thanks BN, couldn’t watch the show so thanks for the information. Please, pictures too.

    • Exquisite

      March 9, 2014 at 4:08 pm

      Are proud*

    • Filmmaker

      March 10, 2014 at 11:11 am

      Lol …. I remember too, I also thought some of you guys were “hating” ‘cos U hadn’t seen the film, so its weird to understand how U can say its not good enough … it didn’t win, but it was def good enough to get so many nominations … Nigerians sha

    • Mayowa

      March 10, 2014 at 1:34 pm

      You shouldn’t have thought they were hating. You not liking something doesn’t meant you’re hating. And they weren’t even saying they hated it or not, I just checked again. They just said it shouldn’t be nominated because it wasn’t qualified and it truly wasn’t. Anyway, the day is over.

    • NGOZI

      March 10, 2014 at 1:43 pm

      Filmmaker, it was good enough to get so many nominations but wasn’t good enough to take anything? You just said Nigerians sha, and I’m a not saying the Nigerians sha to you. Some of you say a lot of things you’re uncertain about. I remember that day very well now. Not a single person said the movie wasn’t good. They all said it wasn’t prohibited before the dates AM requested so they thought it shouldn’t be nominated. This is how you guys twist stories, and you accuse bloggers. You’re not any different.

    • Seyi

      March 10, 2014 at 1:43 pm

      Actually it shouldn’t hurt, for a movie that isn’t yet out and a 20minutes film to be put on the same category as the rest of your top shots thats DAMN GOOD… Living Funeral did awesome…

    • NGOZI

      March 10, 2014 at 2:22 pm

      If it isn’t yet out, why was it nominated?
      Also, if it’s truly not yet out, how will people vote for a movie that isn’t yet out. You know what’s funny? Your comment that didn’t make sense made sense.
      I think everyone who won deserved it! Great show

    • Chinedu

      March 10, 2014 at 2:29 pm

      Gosh, you ladies never seize to amaze me. Enough already! Do you think a movie that’s not out will be nominated? If it’s truly not yet out maybe everyone who said the movie wasn’t qualified were tight after all. At the end of the day they really won nothing and the show it’s over so congratulate the winners.
      Good job to the organisers. There were errors here and then but you guys pulled it off.
      Congratulations to the well-deserved winners, especially the old Doctor. Nse, I knew you were going to win, phenomenal actress. Amarachukwu and Tobi, I’m really happy for you guys and that’s an understatement. Shirley, what can I say? Proud of you girl. Bug shout out to Nairobi Half Life. By the way, Bimbo Akintola and Ramsey Noah looked impeccable.
      Pete Edochie, the main man of the night.
      BN, we’re waiting on you for the pictures.

  28. Jennifer

    March 9, 2014 at 3:43 pm

    Pete Edochie!!!! So happy he won. Next year should be Alex Usifo. It’s good they’re being honored while they’re still around.
    BN, I see you’re playing politics with the comments, as usual.
    Congratulations to the winners! And a job WELL DONE to the organisers. God bless you all, Amen!

    • nene

      March 9, 2014 at 5:07 pm

      In all honesty, i think next year should go to Kenneth Okonkwo. He was in the first nollywood blockbuster and he is still waxing strong, and still one of the best and most visible actors from the 90s who’s still going strong.


    March 9, 2014 at 4:13 pm

    really happy Tope Tedela and Pete Edochie won

    • Like

      March 10, 2014 at 10:42 am

      They sure did

  30. Nonye Ezerounye

    March 9, 2014 at 4:52 pm

    what year were these movies (nominated and/or win) released

  31. pops

    March 9, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    Popularity contest in my opinion not necessarily the best there is.

  32. olusolape

    March 9, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    The contract is a nice movie thumbs up
    Check out the link>>

  33. Jennifer

    March 9, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    He is good, no doubt. In all honesty, Alex Usifo deserves it! Kenneth can win in 2016. Thank you.

  34. EZE

    March 10, 2014 at 12:24 am


  35. ammagh

    March 10, 2014 at 7:37 am

    Wow Shirley and Yvonne. U have done us proud

  36. CarliforniaBawlar

    March 10, 2014 at 8:37 am

    I don’t know what Desmond acted in Finding Mercy o! It was a good movie but i can’t say one person’s acting stood out and even if sef it definitely wasn’t Desmonds’….but in Lies Men Tell?! Desmond was hilarious….he went out of his comfort zone, and best still, he stayed in character all through! That in my opinion is grounds for an award….

  37. Lady T

    March 10, 2014 at 10:26 am

    That was lovely but i think Mary Ogbona would have won an award too

  38. Like

    March 10, 2014 at 10:40 am

    I loved the ceremony. Since am a fashiondesigner i will talk fashion. Most of the ladies looked fab fab fab. I see the men followed the oscar themed and rocked the white jacket trend. Alot of the men put in alot of effort this yr. but my best dress man was chidi mokeme. He proved size does matter, i mean height does matter. That outfit was so bondlike
    I love that the ladies of ebony TV screen divers rita, kate,uche all decieded on a theme of red. So did a host if other ladies.osas looked sooo fab in her 2nd form fiting vilisco number the colour sceme against the light looked great. I love genevive but her dress was a step dowm from last yr. i mean last yr she brot her A game. This yr that mesh over that red bra & lining was taky. This yr the men wear daring with their choice of colours . That africa we love colour.mike ezo wore red jacket, chinedu rocked narobi blue & tope tedele matched his red bow tie with his socks. I just love award show fashion. Congrates to all the winners.keep on rocking it for africa

  39. Nomsa Garekoe

    March 10, 2014 at 10:43 am


  40. iwalewa

    March 10, 2014 at 12:19 pm

    In my honest opinion,i dont agree with komfo as the best indigenous yoruba film. Akinnakore and Aiye koto are two good yoruba movies with meaningful storyline,cool picture quality,cast etc.

  41. sholz

    March 10, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Please where can we buy these films…?? ..On DVD pls, aint a fan of downloading/streaming.

  42. Ola

    March 10, 2014 at 8:08 pm

    Like I usually do, I read all the comments before commenting. I don’t understand, if the movie wasn’t yet out as mentioned by one of you, that means it didn’t meet the qualification, hence the people who said the movie didn’t meet the prerequisite indeed. I’d use this as a medium to advise people to take constructive criticisms and know that not every advise or opinion is “hate”. The word is used anyhow today and rather than people taking advice that will help them, they call it wait. Perhaps if they had waited a year before submitting their movie, they might have won an award; just maybe. No one will vote for a movie they haven’t seen online or on TV.
    Congratulations to all the winners, organisers and partners.

  43. Ola

    March 10, 2014 at 8:10 pm

    They call it hate* the prerequisite were indeed right*

  44. Uk

    March 10, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    A wish is best comedy ? LOL over contract and lies men tell? Biggest lie

  45. 1 + The One

    March 11, 2014 at 2:11 pm

    It’s fantastic to see an award of this calibre… Our very own Oscars!
    I saw The Contract and I wasn’t so impressed. It was really good but not great. I’m surprised it won so many awards. It seemed like the movies considered to be nominated for an award were very limited as there were so many repetitions.. (Weren’t there many nice movies released last year? lol)
    Congratulations to all the winners.

  46. kl

    March 11, 2014 at 5:58 pm

    Nigerians are fond of dissing celebrities from other countries.If its nyc jus say it, dnt say otherwise b’cos the person is from another country……..Joysln is beautiful n most gals wish they had her body.If a nigerian is in an ugly dress they say “nice”…………………guys be fair,it doesn’t cost a thing.

  47. Filmmaker

    March 12, 2014 at 4:24 pm

    LOL again …….. *sigh* …… I said Nigerians & I ‘ll say it again … ‘cos AMERICAN HUSTLE got 10 nominations at the Oscars and it didn’t win anything …. I didn’t read any of you saying it shouldn’t have been nominated, Western media didn’t say American Hustle wasn’t good enough to be nominated , ‘cos being nominated once is a big deal but U can Trust my Nigerians to do what they do best …. I call it “beef'” or “hating” .

  48. Filmmaker

    March 12, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    @NGOZI …….. Nigerians are a funny bunch … AMERICAN HUSTLE got 10 nominations at the Oscars and it didn’t win anything …. I didn’t read any of you saying it shouldn’t have been nominated, Western media didn’t say American Hustle wasn’t good enough to be nominated , ‘cos being nominated once is a big deal but U can Trust my Nigerians to do what they do best …. I call it “beef'” or “hating” .

    • Zamz

      March 12, 2014 at 6:38 pm

      Hi Orode, welcome on board.
      You cannot compare the American Hustle situation with the Living Funeral situation.
      No one is using the 8 nominations without a single win as a proof that the movie is good or not. No one talked about the movie being good, amateur or bad. From the time the movie was nominated up until now, I can only recall people saying it wasn’t qualified, and it really wasn’t as it isn’t yet out. Although, I feel it shouldn’t have been blown out the way it is. Perhaps that’s why a lot of people didn’t vote, you don’t expect people to vote for a movie that they haven’t seen on TV, or at least online. The only thing I can see from this thread here is “upon all the noise, they won nothing”, no one said the movie was good or not. Not everything is “hate”, in fact, there’s nothing to hate. Better luck next year.

    • Micheal

      March 18, 2014 at 5:42 am

      Ermmmm why the hi Orode?? There are 5 people involved in this film besides she doesn’t read blogs…

    • AY

      March 18, 2014 at 5:47 am

      Lol @hiOrode
      Orode doesn’t read blogs so that can’t be her. In other news. Yes please people move on the person involved is just happy that they got nominated at all for something that was made from nothing serious. In due time the movie will be out to the public and then you can begin to argue whether it’s good or not.

    • Jennifer

      April 1, 2014 at 1:01 pm

      LOL. Micheal and AY do you guys live with her? You made it more obvious you’re related to her/ her; should’ve just ignored the comment the person made. She doesn’t read blogs indeed.

    • Chi

      April 1, 2014 at 5:38 pm

      AY and Michael you guys made it very observable you’re the same person, you know that right? Lmao jokers! And she reads BN, so please.
      For all it’s worth, the Ceremony is long over, forget it. It’s only sore losers that drag issues; it’s getting annoying. Interesting comments though, can’t stop laughing.

    • Mayowa

      March 12, 2014 at 7:16 pm

      But really, why are you still on about this? The awards show is over and done with. What’s with the hate issue? Was that the only movie nominated? Why didn’t Nigerians “hate” on the other movies nominated? I find it absurd when people try to make points out of nothing. Needless to say, Saturday is gone and gone forever. Please talk about something else and don’t make an issue over nothing.
      Take care, yeah.

  49. ngonge emmanuela

    March 12, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    when will cameroon reach this stage.

  50. Babes

    April 9, 2014 at 7:28 pm

    That lady in Clinic Matters should have won the best actress in a comedy film award, she is the best female comedian around, I watch clinic matters because of her. Her name is Mary Ogbonna and her name is Biliki (I think) in Clinic Matters. Funke is good but Biliki is funnier.

  51. Anu

    May 9, 2014 at 10:02 am

    Amaa goo to regonise our own Naija i hail ooo …

  52. Anu

    May 9, 2014 at 10:03 am

    Amaa good to recognized our own Naija i hail ooo …

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