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“We did it” Nollywood Actress Bukunmi Oluwasina jumps for joy with Odunlade Adekola as he bags ‘Best Supporting actor’ award at AMVCA

Bukunmi Oluwasina, a Nollywood actress, is overjoyous, heaps load of praises on her older male colleague Odunlade Adekola, who just won an award at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

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Bukunmi Oluwashina and Odunlade Adekola at the AMCVA Gala night |Instagram: bukunmioluwasina

For the film Jankariwo, which was produced by Bukunmi Oluwasina, the actor earned the award for best actor in a supporting part.

Bukunmi gushed over him, saying that his win made her feel like a proud producer.

She admired him for returning her call when she asked him to star in her film and for going above and above to bring the script to life.

“We did it!! Jankariwo brought this home. It’s such a honor to have my movie mentioned twice on the list of the biggest award platform in Africa and successfully bringing one of out the two categories home. Congratulations to my brother…@odunomoadekola call him “Number 1” thank you for bringing your “A Game” to Jankariwo. Thank you for honoring my call and doing this with me and making me feel.like a proud producer tonight. Thank you all the cast and crew of Jankariwo and finally a big thank you to all the fan that voted. I throwwwaaayyy salute for una. And above all, thank you Lord for giving us all the privilege to witness the happy moment together. Tonight I go dance tire for after party”.

Bukunmi Adesina’s movie becomes the first Yoruba movie to get double nominations at AMVCA

Bukunmi Oluwashina is a Yoruba actress who is on the rise in Nollywood. She’s also a singer, screenwriter, composer of soundtracks, and producer. In this article, we look at the actress’s life from childhood to her current job in the entertainment industry.

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Jankariwo, Bukunmi Oluwasina’s 2021 film, made history by becoming the first Yoruba film to receive two AMVCA nominations.

Bukunmi Oluwasina described how she awoke to 96 missed calls, which initially terrified her, but she became overjoyed when she learned the news.

She screamed with joy and told her husband that her film had received two nominations, according to her.

This was a huge achievement for her because no Yoruba film had ever received two nominations for Best Indigenous Yoruba Film and Best Supporting Actor in the AMVCA’s history.

Bukunmi explained that it took her seven years to return to the award presentation.

She thanked her actors and staff for their efforts.

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