Emelia Brobbey has won the award for Best Actor Female indigenous 2019 at ZAFAA Global Award, presented by the African Film Academy Awards at the Transcorp Hilton Abuja hotel.
She won the award with her role in the movie, ‘Asantewaa’ is the title of the movie. She competed against Ellen Kyei White and Queen Sabby Debrah, both from Ghana.
The actress was not present to pick up her win, which was received by Evander Kwame Agyeman, director of photography for the movie ‘Asantewaa’.
The African Film Festival and Academy Awards(also known as ZAFAA) is a highly regarded and anticipated film event within the African communities and has already become a part of the UK’s annual cultural film festival calendar.
see video of her celebrating the win below:
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I won BEST ACTOR INDIGENOUS FEMALE at the just ended ZAFAA AWARDS NIGERIA 🇳🇬 Thanks a lot to God and to ZAFAA Global Awards (African Film and Academy Awards) in Nigeria for this Awards am most grateful. To the producer and the entire crew of ASANTEWAA movie, Evander Kwame Agyeman, All industry players, the media ,MY lovely and wonderful fans and you all Lots of love from QUEENEMM💖💖❣️ Emelia Brobbey love you all. Asantewaa movie will be premiering soon. @zafaaglobal @evanderkwameagyeman #Asantewaa #movies 🇬🇭🇳🇬