Have you seen Comedian Princess’ Body Bag movie yet?
The much talked about movie was released in December and Princess interestingly told the story of her marriage crash in it.
When Gospel singer Kefee died in 2014, it was reported that she died of lung failure in the US.
“It is with a great sadness but grateful hearts that we announce the passing to glory due to lungs failure this morning of our God’s mouth piece, chorus leader, daughter, wife, sister, friend Kefee Branama Queen,” Kefee’s UK Manager, Adeline Adelicious Adebayo, confirmed in 2014.
Well, Comedian Princess in her new movie, Body Bag has disclosed Kefee died from wounds from the domestic violence she suffered from her first marriage.
Kefee was married twice. She was married to Alec Godwin for three years until 2008. She married radio host Teddy Esosa Don-Momoh on 3 March 2013 in Sapele, Delta state.
In the ‘Body Bag’ movie, fast rising actress, Bukunmi Oluwashina played a role that depicted the true story of Kefee and how she died and just before the movie started, Comedian Princess paid a tribute to the late Kefee.
The Body Bag movie is a star studded movie that chronicles challenges especially domestic violebce in marriage. It is an eye opener that mirrors on present challenges of mental, psychological and emotional abuse in most relationship and marriages today.
The movie features Princess Damilola, Ronke Odunsaya, Ibrahim Chatta, Bimpe Oyebade, Laide Bakare, Bukunmi Oluwasina, Bolanle Ninalowo and a host of others.
To be honest, Comedian Princess did a fine job with Body Bag from the cast to the acting, sound and more; our favorite character was Ibrahim Chatta, he bravely interpreted his role as Princess Comedian’s razz local and abusive husband.
The movie however had some irrelevant scenes like the scenes of Laide Bakare and her husband. Also, we think Mide Martins would have interpreted Kemi’s role as an abusive wife more than how fast rising actress Bimpe Oyeabde did.
There are so many lessons on marriage in Body Bag and then, the ending was quite emotional!
The Federal Government has thanked Nigerians for their perseverance in the ongoing NIN-SIM linkage exercise.
This was contained in a statement from the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), signed by the Director of Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde, on Tuesday.
Adinde said at the end of a review meeting on January 18, 2021, the Technical Implementation Committee reported significant progress in the ongoing NIN-SIM linkage exercise.
A total of 47.8 million NINs have been received by the mobile operators, at an average of three to four SIMs per subscriber.
Reacting to the report, the minister expressed the federal government’s appreciation for the commitment shown by stakeholders and Nigerians and urged them to submit their NINs before February 9, 2021 deadline.