Comedian Wins African Oscar Award.

Nigerian comdian AY Makun wins award for best supporting actor in America,

The comedian turned entrepreneur turned actor  featured in his first movie role called '30 days in Atlanta'. Ayo AY Makun aka AY took home the award for the best supporting actor at the recently held Nollywood and African Film Critics’ Awards (popularly referred to as the African Oscars)  in the United States of America for  Omoni Oboli’s movie, Being Mrs Elliot.

The comedian who is also a U.N peace ambassador  is set to host the grand opening of his luxury club in Lekki called 'MVP' on Friday september 26, 2014 tagged 'All white' with a range of celebrities in attendance.

Ay is married to his wife Mabel and the pair have a daughter together.

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