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FAN CALL FOR VOTING: NIGERIA ENTERTAINMENT AWARDS 2016


June 22, 2016 – New York, NY – The voting for the 2016 Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEAs), the continent’s premier Entertainment Awards for Nigerians and Africans is now open.

The producers of the show are calling on fans and entertainment lovers to get involved and help choose the winners for this years’ awards. The winners for the 11th NEAs will be chosen primarily by fan voting.

Voting for the 11th edition of the NEAs is now officially open and closes on August 15th 2016. Nominees are encouraged to inform their fans to go and vote for them, please see voting guidelines below:

GUIDELINES:

STEP 1



STEP 2

Select the category you want to vote in


STEP 3

Select your choice (of nominee) and Click on – “VOTE”.

Please note you can vote once in every 24 hours.


The winners for the 11th NEAs will be announced at the Award ceremony scheduled for September 4th, 2016 at the Tribeca Performing Art Center in New York City, during the labor day weekend. 

For all press and media related inquires please contact us at producers@neaawards.org


About NEA:

The Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) is an annual award ceremony with primary objective of recognizing the contributions of Nigerian and African Entertainers. The award ceremony is not only focused on recognizing Nigerian entertainers but also highlight Nigerians who continue to make an impact in our immediate communities in Nigeria or extended communities in the diaspora.


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