With the voting period officially closed, all is now set for the 2018 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) holding at the Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos on Saturday, September 1, an event that will be broadcast live on all Africa Magic channels on DStv and GOtv from 4pm West African Time (WAT).
Arguably the biggest celebration of film and television talent across Africa, the AMVCAs debuted in 2013 and promising to be even bigger with top contenders from across the continent vying for honours in the voting and non-voting categories, it is now in its sixth edition. Speaking on the award, Wangi Mba- Uzoukwu, Channel Director, Africa Magic, said: “We are delighted to once again celebrate outstanding achievements in the African film and television industry on the platform of the AMVCAs.
As always, we promise a night filled with exciting and stellar performances led by some of Africa’s biggest names in the music industry. Our viewers at home will not miss a moment of the event, as they can tune in to all Africa Magic channels on Saturday, September 1 to see who wins the coveted AMVCA titles.”
As has been the case in previous years, the awards will once again be co-hosted by South African media personality, Minnie Dlamini-Jones and her Nigerian counterpart, IK Osakioduwa. For two years, the lovely duo has thrilled guests and viewers as hosts of the AMVCAs with their brilliant synergy, charm and infectious wit. The 2018 AMVCAs is brought to viewers across the continent by Africa Magic in association with MultiChoice Africa and the sponsors, Airtel and Konga in partnership with Lagos State Government.
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