‘Jagun Jagun,’ a film by Femi Adebayo, clinches the award for Best Indigenous Language Movie at the prestigious AMVCA

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Amidst the glitz and glamour of the 10th Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA), held in the illustrious Eko Hotel & Suites in Lagos, Nigeria, the spotlight shone brightly on exceptional achievements in African film and television.

One standout moment of the evening came when Femi Adebayo’s compelling film, “Jagun Jagun,” triumphed in the Best Indigenous Language Movie category, further cementing Adebayo’s status as a luminary in the industry.

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In a gracious acceptance speech, Adebayo extended his heartfelt gratitude to AMVCA, remarking, “Thank you, AMVCA, we are going stronger.” This win serves as yet another feather in his cap, adding to his impressive repertoire of accolades in the Nigerian entertainment sphere.

“Jagun Jagun” has garnered widespread acclaim for its enthralling storyline, stellar performances, and profound cultural resonance. Its success underscores the growing appreciation for indigenous language films and their profound impact on African storytelling.

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As the curtain closed on another spectacular AMVCA event, Adebayo’s triumph with “Jagun Jagun” stands as a testament to the creativity, talent, and diversity that continue to define African cinema on the global stage.

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