Friday, 27 July 2012

Chief Dele’s Art Work for Yvonne Okoro
Chief Dele Momodu, the publisher of the internationally acclaimed Ovation Magazine, has heightened his campaign for Ghanaian actress Yvonne Okoro to win the Pan African Actress Award category of this year’s Nigeria Entertainment Award (NEA).
An art work, asking people to vote for the actress, according to information, has been released by Dele Momodu.
Even though he could not be reached to confirm or deny the art work, sources close to both Chief Dele and Yvonne Okoro said it was indeed coming from the man who called the actress his daughter.
NEWS-ONE broke the story that Chief Dele Momodu had been busy clamouring for votes for Yvonne Okoro ahead of Nigeria Entertainment Awards by urging all his friends to vote for the actress.
He over the weekend posted on his BlackBerry, “NEA 20 Yvonne Okoro”, asking people to vote to 32051 all networks in Nigeria for Yvonne to win. Now he has added an art work to advertise the lady.
The NEA, which is in its seventh year, honours African entertainers. It is scheduled to take place via a grand red carpet ceremony in New York, United States of America, from August 31 to September 2.
Yvonne Okoro was nominated for Pan African Actress category of the NEA for her role in ‘Single Six’ from the stables of Venus Film.
She is competing with actresses Ama Abebrese- ‘Ties That Bind’, Juliet Ibrahim- ‘Crazy Scandal’, Kudzai Sevenzo- ‘Playing Warriors’, Jokate Mwegelo- ‘Chumo’ and Millicent Mahheido- ‘48’.  The awards are entirely based on fan votes via online and SMS, hence whoever gets more votes will win.

 credit: NEWS-ONE



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