There has been some confusion over the death
of Nollywood actor, Muna Obikwe’s death but it has now been
His colleagues –Mike Ezuruonye, Empress Njama, Nonso Diobi –
have confirmed his death.
The AGN president, Ibinabo has confirmed it too.
The renowned actor passed on today in Festac after a silent battle with Kidney disease.
He was rushed to the hospital after a relapse and didn’t make it.
Unconfirmed reports further reveal that the death is directly linked
to his financial state. Muna, reportedly could not afford his medical
procedures due to his poor finances, and had plans to put together a
stage play for fundraising.
He rejected the opportunity to go public
with his condition, and seek support from concerned people.
Actress Yvonne Jegede wrote, “Some
times i wish we don’t take some things for granted. Been calling and
his phone is switched off. I wish i could have a short chat with you
now. I wish i could just see you one more time. My friend, my colleague,
my boss, my senior, my GUYYYYYY… Tears won’t stop, my heart beating
faster, Bless the day i met you, bless your soul, bless your family you
left behind. #nollywoodactor #nollywoodhulk #nollywoodlover #nollywoodworker #sabiguy REST IN PEACE MUNA OBIEKWE #WeLoveMunaObiekwe”
When God revealed it to the presiding pastor (Pastor and church’s
identities withheld) of one of the Pentecostal churches in Ogba area of
Lagos to organize a week long crusade last December, the man of God
must have probably anticipated that God was planning to perform major
miracles that would catapult his ministry to the next level.
Indeed, miracles were not in short supplies at the crusade. However,
the supposed miracles, as it turned out, have little or nothing to do
with the church beyond the fact of the church being the host of the
crusade where the ‘wonders’ took place.
As it appears, God has only
decided to use the church...
A twitter user, Bisi Olabode is currently narrating how her bestie and friend, Ese Egagha died from the domestic violence she suffered from her husband's hands. Ese, a UNIPORT graduate, married her Malaysian based husband in 2013 but she endured the beatings she received from him and eventually died recently. Read Bisi's narration and see photos of the couple below: