Award-winning Ghanaian Actor and Producer Prince David Osei is a year older today.

Join us in wishing this talented Model, Activist, Business Mogul, Filmmaker and Humanitarian God’s blessings!

Prince David Osei, has been acting for about 15 years now an is known worldwide.

Some of his movies includes Every Woman Wants Me, Happily Never After, Bitter Sugar, Devilish Angel, Confessions,

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Photo Credit: Prince David Osei

Golden Movies Award is a notable annual awards to appreciate the outstanding celebrities’ achievements in the movie industry. It kick-started in 2015 at the State Banquet Hall in Ghana.

The prominent award has honoured numerous African TV personalities, and in 2016, Nadia Buari became the first ambassador for the prestigious award.

Golden Movie Awards Nadia Buari
Nadia Buari Photo Credit: Golden Movie Awards /Swagofafrica

Today, the award is one of the accolades every African movie personality works hard to have in their archive.

The 2019 edition of the award ceremony was stormed with reputable movie personalities to compete for the 26 award categories.

All 26 categories include Golden Short Film, Golden Cinematography, Golden actor (TV series), Golden Discovery and more.

The award ceremony, proudly sponsored by New Media Journey Ghana, has been showcasing the greatest in each category regardless of the country, religion, or skin color.

Golden Movies Award took place on Saturday, 24th, August 2019 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel in Accra.

Here is the list of the winners of the latest edition of one of the rated award ceremony, their respective awards and their movie titles…


Golden Actor Drama -Ramsey Noah (Levi), Golden Actress Drama-Christabel Ekeh (Adoma) and Golden Overall -Kwabena Gyansah (Azali) and more.



The new Ghana film act, sponsored by the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare will further promote the Ghallywood.

In addition,  it enacts the consolidation of locally produced movies rather than the importation of film that was the order of the day.

This will more also increase the representation of Ghanaians in the prestigious Golden Movies Award. Ghana is one of the leading producers of quality movies on the continent, and this new bill will not only increase sales but also improve the economy of the country.



Thanks to NMJGH African Celebs was able to cover this event.