Many talented Nigerian celebrities have died this year, and the recent one that hit the entertainment industry was that of Sir Victor Uwaifo who passed away two days ago. In this article, we bring you 5 Nigerian celebrities who died this month, and the cause of their deaths.
Edo-born, “Joromi” crooner, Sir Victor Uwaifo, died of Pneumonia, not Covid-19 complications, Goodman Osarentin Uwaifo, son of the late music icon, said on Sunday. Goodman Osarentin Uwaifo, was reacting to reports making the rounds that his father died of Covid-19 complications.
Most people will still remember with nostalgia, the young handsome man, sensational and award winning singer Simisola Kosoko widely known as Simi, featured in one of her popular music video titled Joromi some couple of years ago precisely in 2018. He is nobody but Abubakar Joseph Momodu who's a Nollywood actor and also doubles as a brand influencer and model, Most people don't really know much about him then until he started featuring in some yoruba home videos, especially with his looks and body structure.
The Nigerian music industry is filled with many gorgeous women who can take your breath away with their exceptional beauty, most of these women are not just beautiful, they are also very talented and successful at what they do.There are many beautiful female musicians in Nigeria but this article contains a list (in no particular order) of 5 of these women.
According to this folktale, Joromi was a very strong wrestler who defeated all his rivals on earth. He became too powerful physically and spiritually that no man born of a woman could kill him. Everybody including Joromi's family and elders, warned Joromi against fighting Immortals in the afterworld, but Joromi refused to listen.
The Nigerian entertainment industry has lost a lot of veterans this year and one of them is Sir Victor Uwaifo. Professor Victor Uwaifo was a Nigerian musician, writer, sculptor and musical instrument inventor and university lecturer. The legendary singer and guitarist had his hit song ‘Joromi’, hit released in 1965, won for Nigeria the first Gold Disc Record ever to come out of the continent of Africa in a competitive world.
Undoubtedly, Nigeria is bountifully blessed with intelligent and talented celebrities.This has made the country to be among the top countries in the world that has talented people when it comes to entertainment.We have many musicians in the world nowadays.
Popular Nigerian music star, Simisola Kosoko simply known as Simi is over the moon and elated as she hits age 33 today.The ‘Joromi’ hit maker who has come a long way in the music industry as also come a long way in this world and by God’s grace there is still more to come.
IGreat lyrics Prof. Victor Efosa Uwaifo has gone to rest at 80. The music icon, whose tracks ‘‘Mammy Water and Joromi’ were hits till his exist, was a multi-instrumentalist, melody maker, great lyricist, and a renowned virtual artist. His son, Uwaifo Peter de Rock, had broken the news of the exist of his father, the Great lyrics Prof. Victor Efosa Uwaifo on his Facebook page on Saturday evening.
News updates trickling down media outlets such as The Nation, PM News Nigeria, Punch, Premium Times and the official Facebook page of Wazobia FM 94.1 PH have confirmed that Joromi and Guitar Boy singer, Sir Victor Uwaifo has died at the age of 80. According to Wazobia FM, the cause of his death is unknown.
It is no longer news that the famous Nigerian musician , Sir Victor Uwaifo , otherwise known as ‘Guitar Boy’ , has died after celebrating his 80th birthday . Image Credit : google.com The music legend reportedly became the winner of the 1st Gold Disc in Africa after releasing a song , "Joromi" , in the year 1965.
The Nigerian singer, Simisola well known as "Simi" has share new photos of her Slaying in a designer outfit with a green footwear.It's not a doubt that Nigerian Singer Simi is really enjoying herself, one can say she's one of the most beautiful Nigerian female singer.
Nigerian singer Simi hasn't been active on social media lately. It seems the song writer has been busy with family duties. Simi posted some pictures from her living room, as she stood in front of the mirror to take the selfies. She revealed that she was about to prepare dinner for her husband, Adekunle Gold before her baby Adejare Kosoko woke up from sleep.
Late Professor Sir Victor Uwaifo who reportedly died today at the age of 80 years was a legendary musician known for his soul inspiring songs and guitar playing skills. The highlife singer who was born on the 1st of March, 1941 had celebrated his 80th birthday this year.
Legendary Nigerian Singer and Guitarist, Sir Victor Uwaifo has died at the age of 80, close sources to the family have confirmed to The Nation. Victor Uwaifo died after a brief illness. The singer recently celebrated his 80th birthday in March with friends and family all around him, celebrating his new age.
Who doesn't know tbe song "Joromi" by Victor Uwaifo back then in the year 1965?Even the new and the old generation is familiar with the song and chores.
Prof. Sir Victor Uwaifo is a Nigerian musician, writer, sculptor, and musical instrument inventor, University lecturer. A music legend, first Honorable Commissioner for Arts, Culture and Tourism in Nigeria. He started music at a very early age, as he was surrounded my music makers, and he also learnt how to play from his father who had a gramophone at that time.
Many of us have listened to the song, or watched the music video of Joromi by Simi.She's an extremely prominent Nigerian musician, married to another prominent Nigerian musician, recognized as Adekunle Gold.Nigeria is blessed with Handsome men from different tribes.
One of the best singer and songwriter in Nigeria is Simisola.Popularly known as Simi, She has been in the entertainment industry for Over 7 years.Simi has released lots of hits songs like Joromi, Smile for me, Ayo , Duduke and so on.
Popular Nigerian Music legend, Sir Victor Uwaifo has died. He was 80 years old. Uwaifo who is popularly called ‘Guitar boy’ died from complications suffered after an undisclosed illness. He was honoured with the National Merit Honours of Member of the Order of the Niger (MON).