Nollywood actor Adeolu Funsho is currently in deep sorrow following the demise of his aged mother, Hannah, a few hours ago.
In a post shared on Instagram Funsho Adeolu Adeolu Funsho expressed how much he misses his mother but finds comfort that his mother is in a better place.
Actor Adeolu Funsho shared a video of him and his aged mother walking along the road with the caption: I miss you mummy but I am sure you are in a better place .sleep well Hannah.
The death of a loved one is indeed painful irrespective of age, and this is no different for Adeolu Funsho.
Reacting to this, his colleagues such as Funke Akindele, Faithia Balogun, Ibrahim Chatta and others stormed his comment section with condolence messages.
funkejenifaakindele wrote: I’m so sorry got your loss bro. Olorun a forun ke won
faithiawilliams wrote: Am so sorry for your lost..my condolences. May her soul rest in peace
ibrahimchatta_lordthespis wrote: Rest In Peace Mama
doyinkukoyi wrote: My condolences darling. May her soul rest in perfect peace
Kemi Filani recalls that Funsho Adeolu recently blasted veteran actor Jide Kosoko alongside other stakeholders of the Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria over threat to frustrate Iyabo Ojo and Nkechi Blessing in the Nollywood industry.
The decision followed the condemnation of their colleague, Baba Ijesha, alleged of defiling the foster daughter of Nigerian comedienne, Princess.
Nkechi Blessing and Iyabo Ojo also clashed with some TAMPAN members, such as Yomi Fabiyi, Lege Maimi, who kicked against them for openly condemning Baba Ijesha.
However, veteran actor Jide Kosoko during a press briefing, said the association frowned at the derogatory statements made by Iyabo Ojo and Nkechi Blessing against the Association and the industry as a whole.
Reacting, Funsho Adeolu in a post shared on Instagram said he’s ashamed of the leadership of the association adding the do not have the interest of their members at heart.
He wrote: My face is covered, not because of covid but in shame on behalf of those who call themselves leaders of local association and do not have the interest of members at heart. God is watching o