Nollywood Star, Richard Mofe-Damijo Wins Black Star Honor Award In Ghana

NNPC report

The year is going to an end but Nollywood veteran, Richard Mofe-Damijo is still racking up wins.

In a recent social media post, the Nollywood star expressed his gratitude over a notable award recognition from fans in Ghana. The movie actor was recently honored with a Black Star Honor award at Ghana’s Rhymes on Da Runway.

Richard Mofe-Damijo
Richard Mofe-Damijo wins Black Star Honor Award

Richard Mofe-Damijo’s honorary win comes after a very successful year that saw him appear in big projects such as the talked about King of Boys limited series directed by Kemi Adetiba. He played the role of an influential clergyman in this project, and we saw the remarkable talent that makes Richard Mofe-Damijo a name well known in the movie industry.

Also, he showed in the second season of Ebonylfe Studios’ Castle & Castle, as well as AY’s Christmas in Miami, and some yet-to-be-released titles.

Awards and nominations for Richard Mofe-Damijo

A man of his talent, he has had a couple of award nods and he has won some as well.

In 2009, he was nominated at the 5th Africa Movie Academy Awards under the category of Best Film in Nigeria but a different movie title State of The Heart won the award. In 2012, he was nominated at 2012 Best of Nollywood Awards where he won the Special Recognition Award. In 2015, he was nominated at the 2015 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award under the category of Best Supporting Actor, and in 2016, he was nominated at the 12th Africa Movie Academy Awards where he won the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Richard Mofe-Damijo is a man of talent who has been able to build his fan base and an audience that relates to his brilliant style of acting.