Actress wins 10th international award as best female performer

Hilda Dokubo has won her 10th international 'Best Actress' award for her role in the movie 'Stigma' which also stars Emeka Ike, Jackie Appiah among others.

Nollywood actress and veteran, Hilda Dokubo, who recently turned a year older, has received her 10th international award as the most outstanding female performer.

The veteran who won the award for her role in the movie 'Stigma,' took to her instagram page to share a photo with the caption;

"The tenth international award AS BEST AND MOST OUTSTANDING FEMALE PERFORMER based on my performance in the movie STIGMA. You haven't seen a movie until you've seen this movie."

About Stigma

The daughter of a local midwife has her childhood brought to an abrupt halt when her mother decides to marry a local Lothario.

Quickly her new stepfather shows his nasty side including his penchant for other women, theft and alcohol abuse. When her mother's health takes a turn for the worse they are ostracized from the community.

The movie which has received lots of positive reviews also features Jackie Appiah, Emeka Ike,Francis Duru, Ngozi Nwosu, Clem Ohameze, Sobifa Dokubo, Columbus Irosianga among others.

'Stigma' will screen at the 6th edition of the Eko International Film Festival in Lagos, from November 16 to November 21.

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