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#Amvca2022: Stan Nze & Osas Ighodaro Win Best Actors, Sabinus Wins Best Online Content Creator (SEE FULL AMVCA 2022 WINNER LIST)

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Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) held tonight, 15th May, 2022.

Here are the list of AMVCA 2022 Winners;

Best actor in a movie or series: Stan Nze

Best actress in a movie or series: Osas Ighodaro 

Best actress in a comedy: Funke Akindele

Best actor in a comedy: Broda Shaggi

 

#Amvca8: Stan Nze & Osas Ighodaro Win Best Actors, Sabinus Wins Best Online Content Creator, (See Full Winners List)

Best supporting actress: Omowunmi Dada

Best supporting actor: Odunlade Adekola

#Amvca8: Stan Nze & Osas Ighodaro Win Best Actors, Sabinus Wins Best Online Content Creator, (See Full Winners List)

 

AMVCA 2022 Complete List of nominees and Winners

Here is a complete list of AMVCA 2022 winners.

 

The AMVCA 2022 winners are chosen based on a voting criteria or a non-voting criteria.

 

Best Online Content Creator

Mr Macaroni
Tee Kuro
Bukunmi Adeaga-Ilori
Oga Sabinus- (WINNER)
Jacqueline Suowari
Eden Victor
Elozonam

 

 

Best Short Film or Online Video
Mary Nsikanabasi Uyoh (Something About Zee)
Abimbola Craig (Fractured)
Ozor Uche (Ounje Ale)
Nicholas “Big Ghun” Nartey (Koro)
Korede Olayinka (Kiitan)
Sandra Tetteh (Dices)
Taiwo Ogunnimo (I am the prostitute mama described)- (WINNER)

Best Supporting Actress
Bisola Aiyeola (Sugar Rush)
Mercy Johnson Okojie (The New Normal)
Clarion Chukwurah (Amina)
Mumbi Maina (La Femme Anjola)
Enado Odigie (The New Normal)
Omowunmi Dada (Country Hard)- (WINNER)
Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha (Omo Ghetto: The Saga)

 

Best Cinematographer
Muhammed Attah Ahmed (Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story)- (WINNER)
James Amuta (Collision Course)
Peter Kreil, Wale Adebayo, Samuel Jonathan, Moruf Fadaro (Amina)
Samuel Jonathan, Moruf Fadaro (The Mystic River)
John Njaga Demps (Nneka The Pretty Serpent)
Victoria Mbogo (Just in Time)

 

Best Supporting Actor (Movie or TV Series)
Bucci Franklin (Rattlesnake: The Ayanna Story)
Adjetey Anang (Gold Coast Lounge)
Odunlade Adekola (Jankariwo)- (WINNER)
Eric Roberts (A Soldier’s Story)
Amina (Magaji Mijinyawa)
Yemi Blaq (The New Normal)
Tope Tedela (Country Hard)

 

Best Lighting Design
Stanley Idegbu Okechukwu (Amina)
Yemi Awoponle (The Mystic River)
Mathew Yusuf (Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story)
Jaco Strauss (The White Line)
Godwin Lawani (Light In The Dark)
Mathew Yusuf (Nneka The Pretty Serpent)- (WINNER)
Fei Mustafa (Dear Affy)

 

 

Best Makeup
Gift Ameh (Voiceless)
Dagogo Diminas, Gabriel Okorie Gabazzini (Amina)
Balogun Abiodun (Omo Ghetto: The Saga)- (WINNER)
Ugochinyere Ihendi (Nneka The Pretty Serpent)
Carina Ojoko (Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story)
Adewunmi Fatai, Ayobami Abolarin – Peregun
Abiola Popoola (La Femme Anjola)

 

Best Costume Designer
Titi Aina Raji (Voiceless)
Millicent T. Jack (Amina)
Isoken Ogiemwonyi (The Smart Money Woman)
Funke Akindele Bello (Omo Ghetto: The Saga)
Obijie Oru (The Mystic River)
Yolanda Okereke (La Femme Anjola)
Yoanna “Pepper” Chikezie (Nneka The Pretty Serpent)

 

Best Actor in a Comedy
Shawn Faqua (Soole)
Deyemi Okanlawon (Omo Ghetto: The Saga)
Gideon Okeke (Loving Rona)
Samuel Perry ‘Broda Shaggi’ (Dwindle) (WINNER)
Femi Adebayo (Progressive Tailor’s Club)
Williams Uchemba (Dear Affy)
Timini Egbuson (Ponzi)

 

Best Actress in a Comedy
Funke Akindele Bello (Omo Ghetto: The Saga) (WINNER)
Bimbo Ademoye (Breaded Life)
Nse Ikpe Etim (Quam’s Money)
Bisola Aiyeola (Dwindle)
Nancy Isime (Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards)
Sarah Hassan (Just In Time)

 

Best Actor in a Drama
Stan Nze (Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story) (WINNER)
Uzee Usman (Voiceless)
Gabriel Afolayan (For Maria Ebun Pataki)
Efa Iwara (This Lady Called Life)
Femi Jacobs (Introducing the Kujus)
Enyinna Nwigwe (Dear Affy)
Timini Egbuson (Introducing the Kujus)

 

Best Actress in a Drama
Asabe Madaki (Voiceless)
Osas Ighodaro (Rattlesnake) (WINNER)
Meg Otanwa (For Maria Ebun Pataki)
Bisola Aiyeola (This Lady Called Life)
Nancy Isime (Superstar)
Genoveva Umeh (A Tune Away)
Kehinde Bankole (Dear Affy)

 

Best Writer Movie/TV Series
Tunde Babalola (La Femme Anjola)
Toluwani Obayan, Kayode Kasum (This Lady Called Life)
Tunray Femi, Damilola E. Orimogunje (For Maria Ebun Pataki)
Chigozirim Nwanegbo (One Lagos Night) Manie Oiseomaye, Donald Tombia

Introducing the Kujus- Biodun Stephen (WINNER)

 

Best Documentary

Taiwo Adeyemi (Road2Blow)
Femi Odugbemi (Unmasked: Leadership, Trust and the COVID19 Pandemic in Nigeria)
Eugene Mbugua ;This Love)
Allen Onyige (Sunset in Makoko)
Saitabao Kaiyare, Ann Katrina Boberg (If Objects Could Speak)- (WINNER)
Lawrence Adejumo (Streets of Lagos: Dear Little People)

 

Best Indigenous Language – Swahili
Obambo (Freddy Feruzi)- (WINNER)
Jaramandia (Dennis Humphrey, Bernard Kahindi)
Rishai (Omar Hamza Hassan)

 

Best Indigenous Language – Yoruba
Jankariwo – Bukunmi Oluwasina
Alaise – David Akande, Demola Yusuf, Edgard Leroy- (WINNER)
Abeke – Samuel Oniyitan
Balokun – Olamide Akinmolayan
Ijolewa – Olapeji Wahab
Arodan – Wunmi Ajiboye

 

Best Indigenous Language – Hausa
Voiceless – Rogers Ofime- (WINNER)
Sarki Goma Zamani Goma – Abubakar Bashir Maishadda
Bana Bakwai – Abubakar Bashir Maishadda
Tsangayar Asali – Abdulkadir Nuhu Aminu
Bayi – Diane Russet, Ayo Newo

 

Best Indigenous Language – Igbo
Nne-Ka – Uche Nnanna Maduka- (WINNER)
Uhuruchi (Sunset) – Victor Iyke
Echezona – Victor Onwudiwe, Ugomma Onwe
Udene – Oma Nnadi

 

Best Movie (Southern Africa)
Hairareb – Dantagos Jimmy-Melani- (WINNER)
Black Dollar – David Kazadi
Paul S. Wilo – Maria Kristu
Veza The Unfolding – Dumie Manyathela

 

Best Movie (East Africa)
The Girl In The Yellow Jumper – Morocco Omari- (WINNER)
A Grand Little Lie – Denise Kibisu Ngubuini
My Husband’s Wife – Ndagire Mariam
Just In Time – Sarah Hassan, Dolapo Adeleke
Ugonwa Wa Kifo – Raphael Emmanuel
Beautiful Ashes – Ayeny T. Steve

 

Best Movie West Africa
Tainted Canvas – Orwi Manny Ameh
Collision Course – Bolanle Austen-Peters, Joseph Umoibom- (WINNER)
Amina – Okey Ogunjiofor
Rattlesnake – Chris Odeh
Omo Ghetto – Funke Akindele Bello, JJC Skillz
Breaded Life – Biodun Stephen, Tara Ajibulu
Nneka TPS -Chris Odeh

 

Best TV Series (Drama or Comedy)
The Mystic River – Rogers Ofime- (WINNER)
The Smart Money Woman – Arese Ugwu, Isoken Ogiemwonyi, Lala Akindoju,
Rumour Has It (S3) – Vincent Nwachukwu Little Black Book – Olawale Adetula
My Name Is A-Zed – Olawale Adetula
Butuku – Nwaka Nakweti
Jenifa’s Diary – Funke Akindele Bello

 

Best Africa Magic Original Comedy Series
The Johnsons – Roger Ofime- (WINNER)
My Flatmates – Bright Okpocha, Solomon Adekunle
My Siblings and I – Funke Akindele Bello, JKC Skillz

 

Best Africa Magic Original Drama Series
Movement: Japa – Femi Odugbemi
Riona – James Omokwe
Unmarried – Uche Ikejimba
Dilemma – Uche Ikejimba
Venge – Tosin Igho, Rogba Arimoro
Eve – Winifred Nwokedi
Enakhe – Victor Sanchez Aghahowa
Rishante – Dimbo Atiya- (WINNER)

 

Best Picture Editor
Rogers Ofime – Voiceless
Dolapo Adeleke – Just In Time
JJC Skillz, Adeyemi Shomade, Valentine Chukwuma – Omo Ghetto: The Saga
Tester Bassey, Abiodun Okunola, Moses Inwang – Lockdown
Moses Inwang – Bad Comments
Tunde Apalowo – For Maria Ebun Pataki- (WINNER)
Tega Salubi – Collision Course

 

Best Art Director
Ediri Okwa – The Smart Money Woman
Pat Nebo – Rattlesnake
Mayowa Labiran – The Mystic River
Tunji Afolayan – Amina- (WINNER)
Chima Adighije – One Lagos Night
Chris Udomi – Day of Destiny

 

Best Sound Editor
Jim Lively, James Nelson – Amina (WINNER)
Bayo Adepetun, Biola “Lala” Olayinka – Prophetess
Puffy Tee – Omo Ghetto: The Saga
Tom Koroluk – For Maria Ebun Pataki
Habib Adebayo Olaore – Nneka The Pretty Serpent
Hassan Mageye – Tinka’s Story

 

Best Soundtrack
Larry Gaaga – Rattlesnake
Collision Course
Boumeester Lindsay Kagwe Mungai – Just In Time
Dabs Agwom – Amina
Pascal Aka Raquel – Gold Coast Lounge- (WINNER)
Awele Mekwunye Bizzouch – Light In The Dark
Michael Pulse, Ponti Dikuua – The White Line

 

Best Multichoice Talent Factory
Bride Untangled by Abisola Aboaba
Engaito by Daisy Masembe
Nyau by Masuzyo Mwale, Cosmas Ngandwe, Abel Ngoma and Edward Sakala
Rebirth by Brian Ontiri
Oko K3 Akueteh by Christine Boateng and Eric Okyerefo

 

Best Director (Movie)
Mildred Okwo – La Femme Anjola
Izu Ojukwu – Amina
Ramsey Nouah – Rattlesnake (WINNER)
Bolanle Austen-Peters – Collision Course
Robert O. Peters – Voiceless
Ekene Som Mekwunye – Light in the Dark
Tiencepay Lawal, Hamisha Daryani Ahuja – Namaste Wahala

 

Best Overall Movie
Amina – Izu Ojukwu, Okey Ogunjiofor
Voiceless – Robert O. Peters, Rogers Ofime
Rattlesnake – Ramsey Nouah, Chris Odeh
Collision Course – Bolanle Austen-Peters
Omo Ghetto – Funke Akindele Bello, JJC Skillz Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Tosin Igho, Chris Odeh
La Femme Anjola – Mildred Okwo, Rita Dominic
Just In Time – Dolapo Adelek, Sarah Hassan

 

 

 

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Kemi Olunloyo reacts after Tonto Dikeh threatened to send her back to jail

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Controversial Nigerian Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has reacted after Nolywood actress, Tonto Dikeh threatened to send her back to jail

 

It could be recalled that Kemi Olunloyo recently had a live session with actress Tonto Dikeh’s ex-boyfriend, Prince Kpokpogri.

 

 

Controversial Nigerian Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has reacted after Nolywood actress, Tonto Dikeh threatened to send her back to jail.

In the interview, the journalist asked if Tonto Dikeh had a hand in the demolition of his house.

Her question was based on the fact that Tonto mocked the entrepreneur after his house was demolished.

In response, Kpokpogri revealed that she wasn’t responsible for the demolition.

Kemi retorted that Tonto was only laughing at her ex-lover because of clout.

Reacting to this, Tonto Dikeh slammed Kemi Olunloyo, saying that she would put her back to jail.

She wrote via Instastory;

“It’s like Kemi wants me to talk to her or something. Na Ogun go help me put her back for jail. Make we start to do goFundMe for you again, Agbaya!! Olodo.”

Shocked by the threat, Kemi decided to address the matter.

Taking to her Instagram page, the Journalist wondered why Tonto will wished for her to go back to Prison.

Kemi Olunloyo expressed her hurt, stating that she went through a lot when she was in prison.

According to her, it affected her psychologically.

In her words;

WHY IS TONTO DIKEH WISHING FOR ME TO GO BACK TO PRISON? This is so hurtful to me. Nobody can truly understand what I went through in Port Harcourt prison. I still battle #PTSD at 50% recovery till today.

I only did a #Kemified wellness interview with Prince Kpokpogri asking him if her rejoicing had anything to do with the “powers from above” that demolished his house. I used this opportunity to ask her to join my #EnddrugabuseNG campaign and donate cash and or snacks to the campaign.

Pls support here First Bank 200747*948

PayPal.me/OluKemiOlunloyo

Domicillary (Sendwave/World Remit) First Bank 3180*80846

Use #EnddrugabuseNG in your donation

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Pls send me biscuits, candy, juice 🧃 packs. I will be glad to pick up or delivery available.’

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Tonto Dikeh Blasts Kemi Olunloyo, Reveals Plan To Send Her To Jail

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Nollywood Actress, Tonto Dikeh, has revealed her intention to send controversial investigative Journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, to jail.

It could be recalled that the actress made the news some days ago after she mocked her ex-lover, Kpokpogri following the demolition of his house by the FCDA.

 

Tonto Dikeh Blasts Kemi Olunloyo, Reveals Plan To Send Her To Jail

The single mother-of-one boasted that what was happening to Kpokpogri is the result of him messing with the wrong woman.

Just recently, Kemi Olunloyo had a live session with Kpokpogri and she asked if Tonto Dikeh had a hand in the demolition of his house.

In response, Kpokpogri revealed that she wasn’t responsible for the demolishing.

Kemi retorted that Tonto was only laughing at her ex-lover because of clout.

Reacting to this, Tonto Dikeh slammed Kemi Olunloyo, saying that he would put her back to jail.

She wrote via Instastory;

It’s like Kemi wants me to talk to her or something. Na Ogun go help me put her back for jail. Make we start to do goFundMe for you again, Agbaya!! Olodo.”

See her post below:

 

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“I’m so angry and shaken” – Kate Henshaw blows hot as Clinic rejects her cleaner after being [email protected]

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“I’m so angry and shaken” – Kate Henshaw blows hot as Clinic rejects her cleaner after being attacked with a knife

Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has recounted how her cleaner was rejected at a clinic after being stabbed

Taking to her Twitter page, the veteran actress revealed that her cleaner was stabbed this morning at 6 am on her way to work on Idowu Martins next to Mega Plaza.“I’m so angry and shaken” – Kate Henshaw blows hot as Clinic rejects her cleaner after being attacked with a knife

However, when she managed to get to a clinic nearby, the hospital sent her away, stating that they do not treat knife wounds.

Thankfully, she was accepted by another hospital and is currently receiving treatment.

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 “My cleaner was stabbed this morning at 6am on her way to work on Idowu Martins next to Mega Plaza.

She managed to get to a clinic nearby and was sent away that they do not treat knife wounds!! She is now receiving treatment at another hospital”. She tweeted.

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“I’m so angry and shaken” – Kate Henshaw blows hot as Clinic rejects her cleaner after being attacked with a knife

“I’m so angry and shaken” – Kate Henshaw blows hot as Clinic rejects her cleaner after being attacked with a knife

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