The Ghanaian feature film ‘Borga’ has won three awards at the 2022 Africa Movie Academy Awards.

The event which saw numerous film and actors take home honours took place in Lagos on Sunday, October 30.

‘Borga’ was nominated for 15 awards including overall Best Film, Best Film in an African Language, Best Director and Cinematography.

The film, a collaboration of Ghanaian and German creatives, won the Best Screenplay award.

Actor Eugene Boateng, who also doubles as the film’s Associate Producer, won the Best Actor in Leading Role award.

Celebrated actor Adjetey Anang won the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award.

Meanwhile, the Ghanaian film ‘Road To My Father’s Compound’ which was nominated in five categories failed to win.

Aaron Adatsi who was nominated for the Best Actor in Lead Role lost the award to his Ghanaian colleague Eugene Boateng.

His co-star Bless Fortune also lost the Best Actress in Lead Role to Tanzania’s Ikhlas Gafur Vora (Tug of War)

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