Mountain Cinema Nigeria Names “Challex D Boss” Best Performing Artiste In 2017

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Mountain Cinema Nigeria has named Challex D Boss “Best Performing Artiste For The Year” in the just concluded 8th Obudu Face Of Culture International pageant held at the Liyel Imoke Civic Center, Obudu.

Presenting the award, the Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of CrossRiverWatch, Mr. Agba Jalingo, encouraged the Yakurr born entertainer to aim higher and see the award as recognition for his hard work.

Furthermore, he urged other young and aspiring entertainers to tow the line of hard work because it pays, reiterating that “the sky will be your starting point.”

Speaking with our reporter, Challex D Boss, lauded Mountain Cinema Nigeria for the recognition and prayed for greater heights for the organization.

Concluding he said: “I will always cherish this award, it shows me that I’m going somewhere, thank you.”

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