US-based Ghanaian rising model Siakie Tetteh stole the show at the fifth annual Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards (NAFCA) held in Los Angeles.
The Nollywood & African Film Critics’ Awards [NAFCA], commonly known as The African Oscars, rewards achievements in the film industry. Awards are given to outstanding individuals whose professional careers have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments.
Gorgeous looking 26-year-old Tetteh made Ghana proud as a Red Carpet host on Saturday as the stars file into the venue – the historic Orpheum Theatre of Los Angeles, California USA.
Her amazing height and looks did not just wow the attendees, but were the right welcoming stimulant ahead of a night full of suspense.
“It was one of the best experiences of my life, especially interviewing the stars and getting to know and making new friends,” the rising star said after the awards night.
“I’m looking forward to doing more. I had fun and learned a lot. Meeting people like Omarosa Manigault [American reality show personality and the hostess of the night] among others was one of the high points of the night. I feel so humbled,” Tetteh, who has a Masters in Urban Design, Architecture opined.
Over 500 million viewers worldwide watched the glitz and glamour of the African Oscars. It was first presented in 2011 at the RTP Sheraton Imperial Hotel in Durham North Carolina.