Stella Dimoko Comedian AY Wins 12 Awards For Movie Almajiri At The Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival


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Wednesday, November 02, 2022

Comedian AY Wins 12 Awards For Movie Almajiri At The Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival

This is awesome news!....12 awards from 27 Nominations!

''My decision to do something different from my comedic comfort zone was only backed with action, and here we are in Canada with 12 awards from 27 nominations to show for it.

Achieving this success came as a result of my willingness to use my platform to join the growing number of advocates worldwide to call attention to the ongoing issues of human trafficking, sex trafficking, and forced labor in Nigeria.

A very big thank you to Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival for making this possible I couldn't have done it alone without standing on the shoulders of our wonderful cast and crew. A big shout out to everyone....''



  1. Replies
    1. Leemao , maybe it was only his movie that was nominated in all the categories he won.

  2. Wao. Congratulations. A good feeling when hard work is appreciated and rewarded

  3. 12 awards! AY na only you waka come😃 congrats dear.

  4. His fellow countrymen calls his movies wack. Dude be winning international awards for them. Way to go AY... Congrats.

    1. Don't mind them
      They are bad belles
      The guy is honestly trying
      He should keep it up

    2. International award where? Hahaha! E be like u no see the Nollywood for the name

    3. These are not really international awards. They are awards given by bodies of fellow Nigerians living abroad who name their organizations and give laurels cloned after the real deal. Tinff is not in any way a prestigious art organization.

  5. Congratulations to them

  6. Was! This is huge, big congratulations to him .

  7. This is huge. Congratulations to him

  8. WOW! Big congratulations to him.

  9. Ooh wow!!!
    Congratulations AY, super happy for you.

  10. Congrats but “Toronto International Nollywood Festival” sounds like something “our people put together” to honor “us”. I know how many even in the US that approach you to pay for the annual who is who” and I always refuse to pay as I do not need such validation. Why would Nollywood go and domicile an award in Toronto to make it seem “international”? Who do they think they are deceiving. Congrats on your 12 Nollywood awards and your wife’s “2 honorary doctorates”…

  11. I was super excited until I saw "Nollywood"


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