The "Suru L'ere" actress spoke on her 2015 win, Gideon Okeke's 10th acting anniversary and expectations for the night.
Nollywood actress and AMVCA award winner, Lala Akindoju spoke to Pulse Nigeria at the 2016 AMVCA.
The "Suru L'ere" star who won the "Trailblazer"award at the 2016 AMVCA, spoke about AMVCA night, the box office hit "Suru L'ere," and anticipated winners of awards.
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"Nights like this make up for all the stress and all the trouble we go through. It feels like just one night, but it feels like everything comes together.
It's a great feeling to be talked about all over the continent, for the continent to come together to celebrate how we tell our stories," the actress said on the AMVCAs night.
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Speaking on "Suru L'ere," the actress said "It was a lot of fun. I was nervous as I'm always nervous when I'm working, but Mildred Okwo the director decided to cast me in two roles, and it was a lot of work. But when you're working for people that make you feel comfortable, it's like they are rooting for you, they want you to do well, you will do well. I think that's why we have such a great film."
On celebrating with the nominees, the actress said; "I think we have already celebrated them as nominees, which is what's most important. It's a voting award, it's driven by the voting audience, so I think everybody is a winner. It's really who got the voting that would take the plaque home. But since they all got nominated, they are all winners, and we are celebrating them today."
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