2015 BON award plaques, Wura
Kunle Afolayan’s October 1 and Stephanie Okereke’s Dry were the biggest winners of the night at the Best of Nollywood Awards (BON) 2015.
The movies both clinched three awards each with Kunle Afolayan’s October 1, taking home the awards for best production design, costume and best actor (Sadiq Baba). The movie, Dry, got the award for best screenplay, best social message, and best cinematography.
The 2015 BON awards also had a captivating performance from Adekunle Gold who held everyone spellbound with a beautiful rendition of his hit song, Orente.
While the Best of Nollywood (BON) is not in the same league as the AMAA and AMVCA awards, it is slowly carving a niche for itself as an award that promotes Nigerian culture.
See the full list of winners below:
Movie with best social message – Dry
Best supporting actress(Hausa)- Nafisat Abdulia
Best supporting actor(Hausa) – Yakub Muhammed
Best supporting actor(Igbo) – Ebube Nwagbo
Best supporting actor(Igbo) – Osiji Spider
Best supporting actor(English) – Kali Ikeagu
Best supporting actress(English) – Omowunmi Dada
Best actor (yoruba)- Muyiwa Ademola
Best TV Series – Tales of eve
Best Sound Track – Invasion 1897
Best cinematography – Dry
Best special effect – Hijack
Best screen play – Dry
Best costume – October 1
Movie with the best use Nigerian food – Ayo mi
Best child actress – Zubaida Ibrahim Fagge
Best child actor – Etochi Ejike Asuegbu
Best make-up – Ojuju
Best actor (English) – Sadiq Daba
Best actress (English) – Nse Ikpe Etim
Best director – Lancelot Imasuen
Best comedy movie – Diary of the triplets
Best movie – Invasion 1897
Best kiss – Seun Akindele and Roseanne Marcel
Best use of indigenous language – Stigma
Best production design – October 1
Special recognition awards – Goodluck Jonathan, Godswill Akpabio, Tade Ogidan and Patience Ozorkwo.