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Sadiq Daba wins Best Actor at the BON Awards!

14 December 2015, 08:10

Abuja - Following hot on the heels of his AMAA win, Sadiq Daba has struck gold again by winning the awards for Best Actor in an English movie at the Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards 2015, The Net reports.

The ceremony, which was held in in Ondo State last night, saw Nigerian celebrities come out in droves to celebrate talent in the local movie industry.

Daba, a veteran broadcaster, was nominated for his stellar performance in October 1.

Read a full list of winners from last night's ceremony below:

Movie with best social message – Dry

Best supporting actress (Hausa)- Nafisat Abdulia

Best supporting actor (Hausa) – Yakub Muhammed

Best supporting actor (Igbo) – Ebube Nwagbo

Best supporting actor (Igbo) – Osiji Spider

Best supporting actor (English) – Kali Ikeagu.

Best supporting actress (English) – Omowunmi Dada

Best TV Series – Tales of eve

Best Sound Track – Invasion

Best cinematography –  Dry

Best special effect – Hijack

Best screen play – Dry

Best costume – October 1

Movie with the best use Nigerian food – Ayo mi

Best child actress – Zubaida Ibrahim Fagge

Best child actor – Etochi Ejike Asuegbu

Best make-up – Ojuju

Best actor (English) – Sadiq Daba

Best actress (English) – Nse Ikpe Etim

Best director – Lancelot Imasuen

Best comedy movie – Diary of the triplets

Best movie – Invasion 1897

Best kiss – Seun Akindele and Roseanne Marcel

Best use of indigenous language – Stigma

Best production design – October 1

Special recognition awards – Goodluck Jonathan, Godswill Akpabio, Tade Ogidan and Patience Ozorkwo

Read more at The Net

- News24


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