Nigerian artistes win big with 13 trophies at AFRIMA 2014

Nigerian artistes win big with 13 trophies at AFRIMA 2014


Nigeria artistes took home the highest number trophies, 13 – with Davido carting away four of the coveted 29.3 carat gold-plated at the just concluded 2014 AFRIMA that held on December 27 at the Grand Ballroom, Oriental Hotel, Lagos.

2014 AFRIMA’s hosts, Maryse Acotie (Togo) and 2face Idibia (Nigeria)

2Baba won the Best African R’n’B & Soul category endorsed by Channel O, while Afrobeat father, late Fela Anikulapo Kuti received the AFRIMA Legend Award which was received his first daughter Yeni Kuti on his behalf.

L-R International Flutist and former PMAN president, Tee Mac, Daughter of late Afro Beat Legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Yeni Kuti and Rikki Stein, AFRIMA International Adviser (UK)

Bez, Olamide, P-square, Fela, Nikki Laoye, Brymo and Don Jazzy were also recipients of AFRIMA awards in their respective categories.

Nikki Laoye from Nigeria winner of the Best Female Artist in Inspirational Music
Nollywood actress, Cossy Orjiakor and Zimbabwe Rock star, Dear Zim
Best Female Artiste in Southern Africa, AFRIMA 2014, Cindy Munyavi (Zimbabwe) and Best Male Artiste in Northern Africa
Wiyaala from Ghana performing on stage at the 2014 AFRIMA award
Cindy Munyavi from Zimbabwe clutching the Best Female in Southern Africa award
Dear Zim from Zimbabwe winner of the Best African Rock award kissing his 2014 AFRIMA trophy
Vanessa Mdee from Tanzania, winner of the Best Female Artist in East Africa
Hosts, MaryseAcotie in Cleopatra outfit and 2Face dressed as Pharaohboth Egyptian inspired outfits
2Face from Nigeria admiring his Best RnB award trophy endorsed by Channel O at the 2014 AFRIMA award.
L-R: Head of culture and social affairs, African Union Commission, Mrs. Angela Martins presenting the AFRIMA Legend Award won by Fela Anikulapo Kuti to his daughter, Yeni Kuti.
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