AMVCA 2016: Adesua Etomi beats Genevieve, Nse Ikpe Etim to Win Africa’s “Best Actress” in a Drama

Adesua Etomi beats Genevieve, Nse Ikpe Etim to win "Best Actress"

Nigerian actress Adesua Etomi has emerged as Africa’s best actress. The super talented actress won the 2016 AMVCA best actress for her role as Muna, in “Falling.”
READ: “Adesua Etomi”: Facts You Need to Know About AMVCA 2016 Best Actress
Etomi beat Genevieve Nnaji, Nse Ikpe-Etim, Belinda Effah, Fulu Mugovhani and Mary Lazarus to win the award.
Adesua Etomi to Star in the Psychological Family Drama "And The Spirit Slowly Dies"
The actress plays the role of the strong and loving wife in the movie which tells the story of Imoh and Muna who believe nothing can come between them until Imoh has an accident that leaves him comatose for months.


“A young couple are happily married and madly in love suddenly find their ‘for better, for worse’ vow is put to the test when the husband suffers a terrible accident which leaves him in a coma for months. Torn between holding on to faith and pulling the plug on her husband, the woman turns to the doctor for emotional & financial comfort; an action with consequences capable of shattering their lives and all they hold dear”.
READ: “And The Spirit Slowly Dies”: Adesua Etomi to Star in Psychological Drama
The drama film directed by Niyi Akinmolayan, is produced by Uduak Oguamanam.


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