Popular Nigerian actor, John Okafor (popularly known as Mr Ibu), has revealed the reason he told his first child to look like the mother. The comedian shared details of his personal life during an interview with Toluwalope Kareem. You may have heard of Mr Ibu or seen him on your TV screen.
Nigerian comic actor, John Okafor, who is popularly known as Mr Ibu, is in high spirits as he turns 61 today. The actor is one man who has cheated death several times, as he survived several attempts to take his life. So in this article, we would be taking a look at how the actor cheated death 4 different times, including how he survived a food poison.
Who is the greatest comic actor Nigerian cinema has ever produced? The older generation will name Chief Zebrudaya or Afolabi Afolayan aka Jaguar, whereas the younger generation will name Nkem Owoh, John Okafor (Mr Ibu), or Charles Inojie. While each generation has its own viewpoints, even the new generation agrees with me that movie stars from the past possessed a certain elegance, personality, and decency.
Some popular Nigerian actors are popularly known by certain nicknames but not many people know how these names came about, and that's going to be our focus in this post. In this post, I'm going to share with you 7 Nigerian actors who are famously known by their nicknames and how it came about.
There is no doubt that most people usually suffer from different attacks that may arise from close enemies and fake friends. The rate of death in our Nigerian society is becoming a thing of concern as most celebrities have lost their lives during these past few months. And just a few weeks back, we all got the shock of our lives when we heard the death news of Stanley Okoro.
The Kannywood movie industry has done incredibly well when it comes to national collaborations and working with some of the biggest names in the Nollywood entertainment scene. There are some Nollywood actors who have featured in Hausa movies and this is because of their hard work and talents. 1.
The Nigerian movie industry is indeed packed with talented stars who have inspired and brought smiles to our faces with their acting skills. Take a look at these five funny Nollywood actors that have been acting for over a decade (10 years). 1. John Okafor (Mr. Ibu)
It is the dream of a every parent to grow old, die and be buried by their children. The death of a child can be considered a parent's worst nightmare as every parent expects to be buried by their children, not vice versa. Several popular Nigerians have lost a child to the cold hands of death and our condolences are with them.
Death is inevitable. And no one will escape it. Yet it is also noted that some people are lucky to have escaped death for one reason or the other. In this article, I will enumerate how three Nigerian celebrities escaped death in the past. The important thing is that they only escaped an untimely death because one of the people who I'm going to talk about is finally dead, while two of them are still alive.
Issakaba is one of the unforgottable movies in Nigeria that entertained lots of viewers in time past. The movie was released in 2000 and was directed by Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen who did his job perfectly well. It's been many years and lots of things has happened. While many of Issakaba casts have passed on, some are still alive and acting films in Nigeria.
A talented celebrity is bound to get another name if he/she is loved by most fans. This is common in the entertainment industry because viewers often attach actors and actresses to a particular movie they found interesting. Follow me as I show you how our beloved Nollywood stars earned their popular names.
In the entertainment industry especially in Nollywood, most of the actors are good in certain specialization or role, some are good in acting as native doctors, money ritualist, king, pastor and some are good in acting comic movies. However, this article focus on Nigerian actor who are regarded as the most funniest actor.
Nollywood Actor and Rapper, Harry B recently took to his verified official Instagram account to drop a new video clip of himself and his mentor, Veteran Nollywood Actor, John Okafor the moment they were seen spotted together in Abuja doing things. Image Credit: Instagram Account Image Credit: Instagram Account
There are so many things to be grateful for, especially when you find yourself alive to celebrate another birthday in your life after been faced with some issues that could have claimed one's life. Photo credit: Instagram - Real Mr Ibu The Nollywood and comic actor, John Okafor popularly known as Mr Ibu, is happy celebrating his 61st birthday, and has said he would love to leave a history in Nigeria by the time He clocks 100 years.
Photo credit: @thenewsguru / @realmribu IG Nigerian actor, John Okafor fondly known as Mr Ibu, celebrated his 61st birthday today. In a video post via his verified Instagram page, Mr Ibu revealed he would like to leave a history in the country before he dies.
The Nigerian entertainment industry is filled with creative and hardworking artists. Bringing us to the fact that success does not happen overnight. Most of the celebrities in the industry did odd jobs before meeting fame. And we have celebrities like: 1. Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, popularly known as Patoranking.
The Nollywood industry has always showcased different characters, which has made many of us become big fans of them. One character many people love is the people who play the role of a funny person while acting. We are going to make a list of a few people who made us laugh during their acting.
The entertainment industry is gradually becoming one of the biggest, and popular industries in the world. Over the years, it has given several individuals and groups opportunities to showcase their talents and skills which has in turn mads them popular in the society. The entertainment industry, is made up of comedy, acting of movies, singing, etc.
Popular Nollywood legend, John Okafor has made massive impact in the Nollywood movie industry. John Okafor is a model and icon to upcoming actors in the movie industry. However, In this article, we will be considering two possible reasons why Nollywood legend is making huge impact in the movie industry.
Another Nollywood actress, Doris Chima was reportedly died after battling for breast cancer. The news of her death was confirmed by the chairman of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Lagos chapter, Emeka Rising Ibe. It was gathered that the actress was diagnosed with the ailment in 2020 and her breast was cut off to prevent further damage.