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Veteran Nollywood actor, Prince Femi Oyewumi, is dead

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Veteran Nollywood actor, Prince Femi Oyewumi is dead

Veteran Nollywood actor and producer, Prince Femi Oyewumi, also known as Laditi, is dead aged 64.

According to reports, the actor died in the early hours of today.

Laditi was said to have been suffering from chronic back pain for some months now and he was rushed to a hospital when his condition worsened last night.

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The late Fémi Oyèwùmí during his lifetime was a down to earth thespian, film director, inimitable composer and scriptwriter. He appeared in epic movies like Aye toto, Koto Orun, Ija eleye and many more. May his soul rest in peace.

The late actor is survived by his wife, children and siblings and he will reportedly be buried in Ogbomosho, Oyo State, on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.

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See how dashing Rita Dominic looks in new photo

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See how dashing Rita Dominic looks in new photo

Nigerian actress, Rita Dominic, looks amazing in a new photo she recently shared on social media.

The classy actress with a body to die for has blessed the screens of her fans with a stunning photo of hers.

The 44-year-old actress shared the picture on her Instagram page where fans and followers couldn’t get enough of her as they showered praises on her.

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Yvonne Jegede talks about her crashed marriage, liposuction

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Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede has revealed the secrets behind her curvy look.

During an Instagram Live interview with Mr Paul, the divorced movie star stated that in as much as she’s ready to remarry, her new suitor must meet certain conditions.

“Yes, I did surgery (liposuction) on my stomach after I had my son; so, that made me look curvier. I had the surgery here in Nigeria. I don’t have issues with anyone on earth; I do whatever I want with myself and body.

“I would want to remarry if I find somebody who would love me and love my child. Because, right now, my child is the most important person in my life. I wouldn’t want to marry someone who wouldn’t love my son as much as he would love his own child. He has to love my child 100%, love me too and then the feeling is mutual.

“For my ex-husband, I am not a bitter woman. I am not the kind of woman who would swear for her husband or boyfriend if all didn’t go well. My house is open for my son’s dad to come and see him anytime. In my house, there’s a standing law; you don’t curse or insult my son’s father for any reason whatsoever. The fact that we are no longer married doesn’t mean I should go about laying curses (on him),” she stated.

Speaking further, the thespian cum model reiterated her undying passion for acting, she is quoted as saying:

“I can’t quit acting 100%. Just like my ex mother-in-law of blessed memory, Bukky Ajayi, she acted till her very last minute. I loved her so much, I still do. Acting is a profession that you can do till it’s your memorial. I could quit but not totally, after all, I am an entertainment person. Born in the industry. I’ll be forever here. If not acting, doing all other related stuffs. Aside that, I am a very happy and humble person, my happiness is on default. I don’t need someone to ginger my happiness; it is always there 24/7. As a human, sometimes I get upset, I get pissed, but it doesn’t last long. I don’t pretend. I am still the same girl you see on the screen, happy, cheerful and humble.”

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So Nigerian is now a burial ground, you better bury him there, Nigerians react to flying Majek Fashek back home for burial

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So Nigerian is now a burial ground, you better bury him there, Nigerians react to flying Majek Fashek back home for burial

Nigerians have reacted following the outcry from the family of Music legend, Majek Fashek as they seek funds to fly his remains home.

WuzupNigeria earlier reported that reggae music maestro, Majekodunmi Fasheke, famously known as Majek Fasheke died in the United States of America on June 1, 2020, and right now, his family is in need of financial assistance to bring the body of the deceased back home in Nigeria for him to be laid to rest.

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On behalf of Majek Fashek’s family, the former member of the House of Representatives, representing Egor/Ikpoba Okha Federal Constituency and music enthusiast and owner of U&I Records, Agbonayinma made the announcement.

Having sent their condolences to the family, Nigerians feel the body of the sleeping legend should be laid to rest in the United States where he died, to avoid the financial tolls it’s already having on them.

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Another group slams the idea of bringing dead Nigerian celebrities home for burial.

A Facebook user commented saying: “So Nigerian is now a burial ground”

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