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Thursday, September 20, 2012
THE AFRICAN OSCARS AWARDS- WINNER'S PARADE
African Oscars Awards (NAFCA)
Unge’s War, Bianca, Treacherous Heart,Adams Apple, Uche Jombo, Justus Esiri, Desmond Elliot, Chet Anekwe,
Yvonne Okoro, First Lady Her Excll. Patience Jonathan Goodluck, Gov. Babatunde
Fashola, Gov. Rochas Okorocha and Hon. Minister Youssou N’Dour among others run
away with this year’s prestigious African Oscar (NAFCA) in the United
The Nollywood & African Film Critics' Awards
(NAFCA), also known as “The African Oscars Award”, is an accolade
bestowed by the Nollywood Film Critics USA the official movie review
organization for Nollywood and African movies to recognize excellence of
professionals in the African film industry, including directors, actors,
writers, humanitarians and dignitaries. The prestigious Nollywood & African
Film Critics' Award is one of the most prominent award ceremonies in the African
film industry and the only awards to boast of African movie superstars,
filmmakers and dignitaries from around the world under one roof for the biggest
African film and honorary awards ever created for African by Africans. NAFCA is
from a professional organization to help improve the African film industry’s
image and promote Nollywood and African films worldwide. NAFCA serves as an
award of merit for distinctive achievement in the African film industry.
Nollywood & African
Film Critics' Awards are considered the highest U.S. A. based awards honoring
dignitaries, humanitarians and excellence in African filmmaking.
Commenting on the
awards from Raleigh North Carolina USA Dr. Olatoye said; the award was a huge
success with attendance by people from over 30 states and over 15 countries
including Brazil. It was like Christmas in September.” All the guests were
serenaded with musical performances by singers from across Africa including
Nigeria, Ghana, Congo, Cameroon and Angola and to welcome our guests from around
the world to our two beautiful hosting cities of Raleigh and Durham North
We are really grateful
to our guests, sponsors, North Carolina Museum of Art, The luxurious Carolina
Theater for their professionalism and our production team (Erawoc Bros Group)
for making these prestigious awards a huge success.
Finally Dr. Olatoye
said, we as Africans should be proud of our accomplishments for having the
vision to make African Oscars Awards happen.
Also commenting on the event, Ms
Deborah Murphy of North Carolina Museum of Art said: We enjoyed
having the summit and the premier here at the museum. We are excited by all the
possibilities for the African film industry. We Congratulate Dr. Olatoye and the
NAFCA team on an excellent job and most importantly for having the vision to get
it all done. They’ve enticed the world to visit Raleigh.