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‘This is so sad’ Yoruba Nollywood stars commiserate with Bimbo Oshin over the loss of her husband, Dudu Heritage

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Opeyemi Aiyeola, Afeez Owo, Seyi Edun and the host of other Nollywood Yoruba stars have commiserated with their colleague, Bimbo Oshin over the loss of her husband, Ola Ibironke, also known as Dudu Heritage.

KemifilaniNews recalls the veteran actress lost her husband, a music promoter and golfer, to the cold hands of death on Sunday night, September 12, 2021, after collapsing at the Ibadan golf club at around 8:30 pm while he was out with his friends. However, all measures taken to revive him remained fruitless.

The shocking news of the music promoter Ola Ibironke’s death has gone viral and has remained a mystery as to the cause of his demise.

However, Bimbo has remained silent ever since the tragedy had struck her family.

Host of Nollywood Yoruba stars like Opeyemi Aiyeola, Afeez Owo, Seyi Edun, Fathia Williams and Afeez Eniola have taken to their social media space to commiserate with their colleague and wife of the deceased, Bimbo Oshin.

@eniolaafeez wrote: So Sad ……… Be strong my sister
Ewe kan koni ja bo lara igi , ki Olorun Oba ma mo Si hmmmmmmm

@i_am_shai wrote: Dear momma, @bimbooshin
Words fail me🥲🥲🥲
I know that you must be exhausted. …
I’m so sorry this has happened…
I don’t know what to type…..
I pray God gives you the fortitude to bear this great loss….
May the soul of the departed Rest In Peace
Stay strong 💪 🥲🥲
I care ❤️

@officialafeezowo wrote: Sad to hear this news on Monday morning 💔💔
Uncle Ola Haaaaaaaaaaaaa RIP

@opeyemi_aiyeola1 wrote: @bimbooshin May the good Lord console you , the champs and the entire family at this difficult time 🙏🏾 May Jehovah give u much needed strength and wisdom🙏🏾 sending you love n light 😘

@fathiawilliams wrote: hmmmmmmmm, THIS IS SO SAD

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IPOB sit-at-home order: Unknown gunmen chase WASSCE students home in Imo state

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Student of the Comprehensive Secondary School, Nkume in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State, have been chased home by unknown gunmen on Monday, following the declaration of sit-at-home order by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

The armed men reportedly invaded the school while the students were writing the ongoing 2021 West African School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and stopped the exams.

Details of the incident are still sketchy, but it was learnt that tye hoodlums destroyed some properties during the attack

The Imo State Police Public Relations Officer, CSP Mike Abattam, could not take his calls and be unable to respond to text messages forwarded to him.

Recall that IPOB had...

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