Gideon Okeke believes his nomination for the Best supporting actor male, isn’t just another nomination but tells how relevant he is in the African movie industry.
The Tinsel star made this known in Kigali ahead of the 2018 African Movie Academy Movie awards holding in Kigali, Rwanda today, Saturday October 20, 2018.
Speaking exclusively to Pulse, Gideon said, “It’s my first AMAA nomination and I am 12 years old in the business. someone said to me, it’s about that time and no time is a better time because anytime is a good time.“
Continuing, he said, “My expectations with the awards and even the nomination is that is always a honour to be recognised and moreso, when you are recognised by practitioners of the business.
“The category in which I was nominated is a jury based, so when you are recognised by the people that matters in the industry or industry colleagues, it tells that your cursor is strong and you are doing great.
“I am not aversed to not saying that I am aversed to public voting but it’s more juice when your colleagues love or judge what you do,” he said