Yoruba actor, Femi Adebayo, won the 'Best Actor Indigenous Male' award at the ZAFAA African Film Academy Awards .
Actor beats Yinka Quadri, Chigozie Atuanya, Muyiwa Ademola to win 'Best Actor Indigenous Male' at ZAFAA 2015
Nollywood actor, Femi Adebayo, recently won the 'Best Actor Indigenous Male' award at the 2015 edition of ZAFAA.
The talented actor won the award for his role in the movie 'Fifehanmi.'
Adebayo received the award at the event which took place at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos on October 31, 2015.
The actor beat other talented actors like Yinka Quadri, Chigozie Atuanya, Muyiwa Ademola and Lanre Omiyinka to win the award.
Adebayo took to Instagram to share the news. Posting a photo with the caption;
"Thanks to ZAFAA, This went down 2day at the EKO Hotels, this is for you my fans #Allwedoiswinwinnomatterwhat."
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A badly maltreated woman couldn't leave her abusive husband because she felt she deserved all the pains she was experiencing.
She had a past and he wasn't going to forgive or divorce her, but instead, he hurt her constantly until he finally ended her misery.
The movie also stars Sheyi Ashekun, Aishat Lawal, Shade Olono, Dayo Amusa, Apolabi Solomon among others.
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