[The Film Blog]: And in two paragraphs, Premium Times makes clear the AMAA death spiral


This is how the online newspaper summarizes the weekend’s event, after all said and done:

“The event lacked the usual spark and buzz that the award is known for with close watchers describing this year’s event as the most poorly publicised edition yet.

“The awards ceremony, which was initially scheduled to hold at the National Theatre Complex, Iganmu, couldn’t be staged there, because the host city could not put the venue in order for the event; forcing the organisers to settle for the upscale Eko Hotels.”

Unfortunately, those who know, know that the AMAA guys are elaborately impervious to criticism.

So, no hope for improvement.

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