'Being Mrs Elliott' Wins 'Best Drama'

Omoni Oboli's movie 'Being Mrs Elliott' which premiered on Saturday 30th August 2014, has won two awards at the just concluded 'Nollywood & African Film Critics' Awards' (NAFCA).

The movie which had 11 NAFCA nominations, clinched the award for 'Best Drama', it also got Ayo Makun(AY) the award for 'Best Actor in Supporting Role'.

The awards held on September 13th at the SABAN Theatre in Beverly Hills California.

The excited Omoni Oboli took to her Instagram page to express her excitement and gratitude.

This is for you! We got best actor in a supporting role and best drama. Thank you for all your love and support! My fans, my friends, my family! Thank you for making #BeingMrsElliott the most talked about movie!

I am still doing this because of you! I might not say this everyday but your encouragement is EVERYTHING! I love you all from the bottom of my heart and I can't thank you enough!

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