The organizers of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) have been called out for not recognizing some actors yearly, including Yul Edochie, Junior Pope, Destiny Etiko, and others.
This comes following the ninth edition of the AMVCA event which was held between 18 and 20 May 2023 at Eko Hotels in Lagos.
A Twitter user identified as @Ssonofman took to the microblogging platform to emphasize how Multichoice never pay attention to some Nollywood personalities.
“Destiny Etiko and Eze Ndiala no de ever win AMVCA award. Why?” the user wrote.
This was followed by a series of reactions, some of which justified the reasons while others corroborated the claims.
See some reactions below …
Viks_Vico wrote: “Destiny dey act asabawood, them go give her award when them do asabawood movie. Destiny dey acts 100 movies in one day so she deserves 100 awards from asabawoodfilm”
Meetemmanueljacob opined: “I will choose making money over awards. Nicki Minaj is “one of the greatest female rappers in the world” but she doesn’t have any Grammy awards. 🤷🏾♂️”
Chamti__ stated: “These people you call Asabawood entertain our parents everyday. I no blame una”
Bissy_bae_bee noted: “Why Yul go win?…person wey dey inside bottle”
Paulagram__ stated: “yall saying she’s not upgrading from Asaba movies to Netflix , but it’s her movies we watch on Africa Magic , I’m a Ghanaian and I think Destiny is better than most of the Actresses they recognized!”
Iam_goodswag wrote: “Standard can never go out of fashion, just make good movies and the recognition can not be denied. This people go extra mile to make very good movies, recognized, the submit it and the get the nominations.
Asaba movies are entertaining to some people, they also put in so much work to make their movies, spend money but they really need to upgrade, not every time ” the Prince fell in love with a village garri seller”, “the forest of ogbalanze to get the offor of ezumezu”, Dancing competition and the rest, quite predictable from the very start still make it so long from season 1 to infinity… Yet no substance, Omo! It can be tiring”