Peace Anyiam-Osigwe Resigns As AMMA'S CEO

After ten years of hard work, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe resigns as the CEO of the prestigious AMMA ceremony.

The CEO of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), Peace Anyiam-Osigwe on the 24th of May, announced her resignation as the CEO of the prestigious AMMA.

The one time CEO will be taking up a new position as Founder and Executive Chairman, according to the her, there is need for her to work on the economy of Africa's creative industry.

"It has been a journey of sheer determination, perseverance, staying power and   faith. These characteristics have been the driving force behind the organization of the AMAAs. In spite of the many challenges with funding and overall support that threatened to overwhelm us , the AMAAs is still standing 10 years on.’

‘I remain sincerely grateful and humbled by this journey and as I hand over the wheel to next driver of AMAA, I know in my heart that I have fought the good fight. As I exit this stage in my life, my prayers and wishes are all geared towards the realization of the African Film Fund to ensure that we can continue to tell our stories.

"Ten years as the CEO of AMAA has been an important period. I need to go back to work in the creative industry and help improve on the economy of the African creative industries,” she said.

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