Nollywood actress, Etinosa Idemudia has added to the feathers of her achievements as she bags multiple nominations at the Hollywood and African Prestigious Award (HAPAwards).
HAPAwards, an initiative of I Dream 4 all foundation is a United States of America award that recognizes outstanding individuals, whose lives have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments.
The 5th annual edition of HAPAwards tagged ‘Collaboration for Global Development, Peace and Prosperity’ is set to take place at the Orpheum Theatre from October 22nd to 24th in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The African Film awards category features actress Etinosa Idemudia after she received a LA MODE special recognition award for her achievements in entertainment.
Idemudia was nominated in the following categories
Best Actress In A TV Series – Blood of Enogie
TV Series – Best TV Series – Blood of Enogie
Best Actress Independent Film – Charlie Charlie
Best African Independent Film – Charlie Charlie
Other Africa countries like Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Liberia were also nominated in the categories above.
The TV show she starred in blood of Enogie was also not left out as it got nominated for the Best African TV show.
Also amongst her work on the nomination list is the feature film Charlie Charlie shot in Ghana, Nigeria, and some parts of Europe. Its main focus is on money laundering, human trafficking, and the people involved in it.
Charlie Charlie follows the story of two men; Charles Obinna, a Nigerian cartel member, and Kofi Badu a.k.a. Charlie, an innocent Ghanaian, who unfortunately shares a striking resemblance to Charles
Kofi is accidentally caught in the web of human trafficking and money laundering operations running from Nigeria through Ghana, Morocco to Europe. Their mistaken identity puts a dent in the cartel business, causing the cartel loss of money.
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The HAPAwards was founded in 2017 to bridge the cultural gaps between Africa and other international communities around the world