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Be Heard: 5 Easy Steps To Vote For Your Favorite Stars At The AMVCAs!!!

The AMVCA is in its 4th edition and is typically an annual event where exceptional TV and film personalities are recognized, all of whom must have featured on any of Dstv’s Channels prior to the voting exercise. Voting, which is free and currently ongoing, would be closing on the 26th February, 2015.

The AMVCA, organized by Multichoice Africa, would only be taking votes on their website from viewers in countries only on the African continent with a hundred votes per person to a number of categories.

To make it easy for you to vote your favourite act, Xplore presents, the53 Steps to Voting at the AMVCAs

Step 1: Visit http://amvca2016-awards.dstv.com/home  from the web, your mobile phone or ipad.

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Step 2: Once on the page, click on ‘Login To Vote’! If you have a connect id or Facebook account, simply log-in. If not, then you can create an account to get started. For the WeChat lovers, you can download the app from your phone store.

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Step 3: Click on your category

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Step 4: Verify your telephone number

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Step 5: Enter your one time pin and voila you can start voting

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The 3rd edition of the  Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards which held last year had 30 categories and saw October 1, a film directed by Kunle Afolayan, take the most nominations with 9 awards. This year’s list of nominees has Road to Yesterday (Genevieve Nnaji) and Dry (Stephanie Okereke) poised and looking good for the event which would hold on the 5th of March.

It’s interesting to note that two actresses I have my eyes set on this year: Adesua Etomi (Falling) and Nse Ikpe-Etim (The Visit, Fifty) would be battling the veteran – Genevieve Nnaji (Road to Yesterday); along with Mary Lazarus (Don’t cry for me) and Belinda Effah(Stop) for the Best Actress In a Drama category.

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Get voting guys and let me know what you think about the AMVCAs this year.

 

Image credits go to dstv.com, olorisupergal.com, jumia.com, 360nobs.com, ynaija.com and sowetanlive.co.za.

 

This post was written by Tolu Kareem, an aspiring actor and content creator. Tweet @tolukareem. 

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