Yenegoa- Nollywood did badly at the Africa Movie Academy Awards(AMAA) held on Saturday, May 24, at the Gabriel Okara Cultural Centre, Bayelsa, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today (NET)
Nollywood got six out of the 15 movies and 21 actors nominated, making it the country’s lowest winnings, since AMAA began in 2005.
The Nigerian winners include, Clarion Chukwura for Best Actress, Patience Ozokwor for Best Supporting Actress and B for Boy for Best Film in African Language.
Other winners were A Mile from Home which won Best Visual Effect, Portrait of a Lone Farmer for the Best Documentary and Accident, for Best Nigerian movie.
Tope Oshin-Ogun’s short film, New Horizons also won for that category.
Read more at NET
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