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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Joseph Benjamin, Tonto Dikeh, Nse Etim, Iyabo Ojo emerge winners at BON Awards 2012 – Full List of Winners

Joseph Benjamin & Uru Eke at the BON awards

2012 Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards Full List of Winners:

Best Actor in a Leading Role (English) – Joseph Benjamin in Married But Living Single

Best Actress in a Leading Role (English) – Nse Ikpe-Etim in Phone Swap

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Yoruba) – Femi Adebayo in Aiyekooto

Best Actress in a Leading Role (Yoruba) – Ayo Adesanya in Amope Alasela

Best Actor in a Leading Role (Hausa) – Ali Nuhu in Madubin Dubawa

Best Actress in a Leading Role (Hausa) – Fati Ladan in Adamsy

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (English) – Yemi Blaq in The Search

Best Actress in a Supporting Role (English) – Tonto Dikeh in Broken Silence

Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Yoruba) – Iyabo Ojo in Ijo Olomo

Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Hausa) – Saddik Sani Saddik in Adamsy

Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Hausa) – Rahama Hassan in Madubin Dubawa

Most Promising Act (Male) – Alex Ekubo in In the Cupboard

Most Promising Act (Female) – Belinda Effiah in Kokoma

Most Promising Act (Yoruba) – Ibrahim Chatta in Aiyekooto

Child Actor of the Year – Wale Akinwunmi in Amope Alasela

Child Actress of the Year – Priscilla Ojo in Jejeloye

Director of the Year – Bayo Tijiani for Aiyekooto

Movie of the Year – Aiyekooto

Comedy of the Year – Okon Lagos 2

Best Movie with a Social Message – Kofo Tinubu

Screenplay of the Year – The Search

Cinematography of the Year – Aiyekooto

Movie with the Best Sound – Adesuwa

Best Edited Movie – I'll Take My Chances

Best Production Set – Phone Swap

ONGA Best Use of Nigerian Food in Nollywood – Udeme

Best Short Film – Femi Kuti at 50

Best Use of Costume in a Movie – Laide Bakare in Jejere

Best Kiss in a Nigerian Movie – Uti Nwachukwu & Tonto Dikeh in Broken Silence

Revelation of the Year – Moyo Lawal

Best Print Media Journalist – Biodun Kupoluyi of E-234

Special Recognition – Emem Isong, Tunde Kelani and Richard Mofe-Damijo

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