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Mimi Andani To Be Dropped From Golden Movie Awards
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Nkonkonsa.com has gathered credible information from the quarters of fast growing Golden Movie Awards indicating that Wilhelmina Andani popularly Mimi Devalish now Mrs. Michaels, is about to lose her position as the country Director in Ghana for the prestigious awards.

Sources close to Golden Movie Awards Africa(GMAA) have hinted Nkonkonsa.com that they have dropped their country Director for West Africa popularly known Mimi due to several issues  and will soon announce a new  Country Director-West Africa, we are yet to get a confirmation from any official  from the Golden Movie Awards team as to what issues and why?

Efforts by Nkonkonsa.com to contact organizers of the awards or Mimi herself has proven futile as everybody is tight-lipped for now over really happening.

The Golden Movie Awards is an annual award that seeks to honor outstanding achievement in the African television, digital media and film industries and is administered by the expert in the Cinema & Television, the Awards recognizes film Excellence in a variety of categories for an international appeal.

Mimi is the brain behind Golden Movie Awards Africa and virtually the face of the awards since its inception in 2015. This year’s edition has been largely rated as one of the well organized and most glamorous event in the year so far.

The reasons for a Country Director to be dropped after just two editions, just when the scheme is gaining recognition in Ghana and Africa, must be very serious reasons.
Source: Nkonkonsa.com

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