In AMC Music Valentine Special competition for StarTimes subscribers…
In this season of love, Startimes subscribers are in for a special treat as a lucky couple will win a weekend trip for two at an exotic beach resort courtesy African Music Channel (AMC Music).
Africa Music Channel is a 24-hour music and entertainment channel on StarTimes which can be seen on CH 117 on Nova Bouquet.
“The Season of love is around the corner and the team at AMC is determined to make this year’s a special one for a lucky couple from our esteem viewers to win a weekend treat for two at an exotic beach resort,” reveals Taiwo Said AMC Music Channel Manager.
- Watch AMC Music on StarTimes on CH 117
- Watch your favorite videos on #ArtistTakeover from 10AM – 11AM or #Sizzling from 11AM -12:30 PM daily.
- Look out for the valentine’s teddy bear. Take a screen shot of the teddy bear and the video playing in the background.
- Post the screenshot with hashtag #AMusicValGetaway on Instagram or Twitter and mention @amcngtv or post on Facebook between February 1st and 10th.
- Take and post as many screenshot as possible.
- Viewers with the highest number of posts stand a chance of winning a weekend treat for two to an exotic beach resort.
NOTE: Contests is only opened to StarTimes viewers.
Also on StarTimes this week, subscribers can watch the best of Nollywood and Ghannywood where they can enjoy the best movies and series on African Movie Channel (CH 018/185) and African Movie Series(CH 072/134).
Leading this week menu on African Movie Channel is Nollywood veteran actor “OLU JACOBS” starring in BOY OBI showing Thursday 7 February @ 6pm.
This is the story of an old couple. After the tragic and mysterious death of their only son; an old couple unexpectedly stumbles upon a mysterious letter kept by him. They embark on an enthralling mission to demystify the mystery surrounding his sudden death…
Oludotun Jacobs (born July 11, 1942), popularly known as Olu Jacobs, is a Nigerian actor. He has starred in several British television series and international films. In 2007 he won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
Oludotun Baiyewu Jacobs was born to parents from Egba Alake. He spent his early childhood in Kano and attended Holy Trinity School where he was a member of the debating and drama societies. He was inspired to take a chance with acting when he attended one of Hubert Ogunde’s annual concert party at Colonial Hotel in Kano. Afterwards, he secured a visa and traveled to England to study acting.
In England, he trained at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. He then starred in various British television shows and series in the 1970s (e.g. The Goodies, Till Death Us Do Part, Barlow at Large, The Venturers, Angels, 1990, The Tomorrow People, The Professionals). In 1978, he played the role of President Mageeba in Michael Cordon’s presentation of Tom Stoppard’s play Night and Day.
In the 1980s Jacobs starred in several international films some of which include John Irvin’s war film The Dogs of War, Roman Polanski’s adventure-comedy Pirates (1986) and the family-adventure film Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend (1985). On television he was a cast in TVS’s The Witches and the Grinnygog (1983 series). Jacobs has starred in over 120 Nollywood films and is considered one of the top Nigerian Nollywood actors.