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The BON Awards 2015 nominees have been announced!

02 December 2015, 12:29

Abuja - The organizers of the Best of Nollywood Awards have announced the hosts, as well as the nominees, of the 2015 edition of the prestigious event, The Net has reported.

Veteran actress Bimbo Akintola and Tinsel star Gideon Okeke are set to present this year's programme.

This year's BON Awards will take place at The Dome in Akure, Ondo State on Sunday, December 13th.

See a full list of award nominees below:

Best Actor in Leading Role (English)

Mike Omoregbee –  Invasion 1897

Sadiq Daba – October 1

IK Ogbonna – My Rich Boyfriend

Gabriel Afolayan – Ojuju

Okey Uzoeshi – The Date

Best Actor in Leading Role (Yoruba)       

Muyiwa Ademola -Fimidara Ire

Lateef Adedimeji – Story like Mine

Odunlade Adekola – Torera

Bayo Alawiye  – Atanda

Femi Adebayo – Shadows

Best Actor in Leading Role (Hausa)

Nuhu Aliu – Jinin Jikina

Abdul Umar Shareef – Jinin Jikina

Best Actor in Leading Role (Igbo)

Chigozie Atunanya – Chetanna

Best Actress in Leading Role (English)

Nse Ikpe Etim – Stolen Water

Stephanie Linus – Dry

Ini Edo – While you Slept

Hilda Dokubo – Stigma

Iyabo Ojo – Beyond Disability

Best Actress in Leading Role (Yoruba)

Fathia Balogun – Torera

Tayo Sobola – Bella

Oyinka Elebuibon – Story like Mine

Laitan Ogungbili – Fimidara Ire

Aisha Lawal – Shadow

Best Actress in Leading Role (Hausa)

Rahma Sadau – Jinin Jikina

Fatima Washa – Ya’daga Allah

Best Actress Leading Role (Igbo)

Queen Nwokoye – Chetanna

Best Supporting Actor (English)

Alex Ekubo – My Rich Boyfriend

Kelechi Udegbe – Ojuju

Kalu Ikeagwu – Bad Drop

Seun Akindele – Miss Taken

Blossom Chukwujekwu – Stolen Water

Best Supporting Actor (Yoruba)

Taiwo Ibikunle – Torera

Kunle Afod – Trust

Yomi Gold – Bomilasiri

Niyi Johnson – Atanda

Yomi Fash Lanso – Story like Mine

Best Supporting Actor (Hausa)

Sadiq Sani Sadiq – Halacci

Yakubu Mohammed – Sai Lahira

Best Supporting Actor (Igbo)

Tony Nkem – Chetanna

Osuji Spider – Chetanna

Best Supporting Actress (English)

Omowunmi Dada  – Ojuju

Mary Njoku – Stolen Water

Uche Jombo – Folly

Funke Akindele – One Fine Day

Liz Benson – Dry

Best Supporting Actress (Yoruba)

Ronke Odusanya – Owo Funfun

Temitope Solaja – Bella

Joke Muyiwa – Ayo Mi

Opeyemi Aiyeola – Alani Opomulero

Eniola Ajao – Ere Ola

Best Supporting Actress (Hausa)

Nafisat Abdullahi – Ya’daga Allah

Best Supporting Actress (Igbo)

Ebere Okaro – Chetanna

Grace Okady – Chetanna

Ebube Nwagbo – Chetanna

Most Promising Actor

Mustapha Solagbade – Trust

Olumide Oworu – Stolen Water

Kunle Rhemmy – The Date

Ademola Adedoyin – October 1

Osas Iyamu – Diary of the Triplets

Most Promising Actress

Bukunmi Oluwashina – Ayo Mi

Tayo Sobola – Bella

Owumi Ugbeye – Stolen Lives

Roseanna Marcel – One Minute Man

Omowunmi Dada – Public Property

Best Child Actor

Etochi Ejike – Asiebgu Little Ryan

Daudu Muslin – Alia Story

Francess Okeke – B-ve

Best Child Actress

Unigwe Princess – Butterfuy

Zubaida Ibrahim Fagge – Dry

Priscilla Ojo – Beyond Disability

Best Comedy Movie

Diary of the Triplets


Iya Alatake

Movie with the Best Social Message



Code of Silence

Police Report

Beyond Disability

Movie with the Best Special Effects


Invasion 1897


Ashabul Khafi


Movie with the Best Screenplay


October 1




Best Short Film of the Year






Best Documentary of the Year

Forgotten Generation

The World my Stage

Best TV Series of the Year

The Johnsons

Tales of Eve

So Wrong So Write

Hotel Majestic

Movie with the Best Editing

October 1

Invasion 1897



Best use of Nigerian Food in a Movie

Ayo Mi


Corper Jide


Stolen Water

Movie with the Best Sound Track


Beyond Disability

Code of Silence


October 1

Movie with the Best Production Design

October 1

Invasion 1897




Movie with the Best Cinematography

October 1


Invasion 1897

Miss Taken


Best use of Nigerian Costume in a Movie


October 1

Invasion 1897

Owo Funfun


Best use of Make-up in a Movie

Invasion 1897

Iya Alalake

October 1


Common Man

Best use of Indigenous Nigerian Language in a movie



Blood and Romance

My Rich Boyfriend


Movie of the Year

October 1

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