AMAA 2019: BBNaija winner, Mercy roots for Rita Dominic as Best Actress

BBNaija Season 4 winner, Mercy Eke is rooting for Rita Dominic to emerge the Best Actress in a leading role at the 2019 AMA Awards.

BBNaija 4 winner, Mercy Eke (right) is rooting for Rita Dominic (left) to win the 'Best Actress' category ahead of the 2019 Africa Movie Academy Awards. [Instagram/Multichoince NG]

BBNaija’s Mercy has called on her fans and supporters to massively support Rita Dominic to win the award for the Best Actress in a leading role at the 2019 AMAA.

In a move that seems like a payback time, Mercy is campaigning for Rita to win the 2019 AMAA Best Actress.

Mercy took to her Instagram account on October 16, 2019, to show support and canvass for support for Dominic.

Rita Dominic was one of the top celebrities that supported and campaigned for Mercy while she was in the BBNaija Pepper Dem house, where she emerged winner and first female to win.

‘The Meeting’ star has been nominated in the Best Actress in a leading role category for her role as Jumoke Arinze in the film, ‘Light in the Dark’. Dominic is nominated alongside Sheila Munyiva for her role as Ziki in the film, ‘Rafik’, Jill Levenberg for her role as Ellen in ‘The Ellen Parkies Story’, Beatrice Taisamo as Fatuma in ‘Fatuma’, Seyi Shay as Lara in ‘Lara and the Beats’, Sola Sobowale as Eniola in ‘King of Boys’, Jemima Osunde as Nkem in ‘The Delivery Boy’ and Samantha Mugatsia as Kena in ‘Rafiki’.

The 2019 nomination of Rita Dominic for Best Actress in a leading role is the 4th since 2012 where she won the award for her role in ‘Shattered’.

In 2013, the actress was nominated in the same category for her role in ‘The Meeting’. In 2017, her role in ‘76’ earned her another nomination as Best Actress.

Rita Dominic just concluded shooting her co-produced film, ‘La Femme Anjola’, which is directed and co-produced by Mildred Okwo and scheduled for a 2020 release.


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