Even If Murphy Was Bad Person Before He Died, You Should At Least Forgive And Mourn Him– KC Jagaban
KC Jagaban, a star of Yoruba movies, has criticized some of his co-workers in a new video for failing to mourn him and for not attending his burial. Even if Murphy Afolabi had been a bad person to them prior to his passing, he made it clear that they should at least be willing to forgive and mourn him after his passing.
Reactions As New Abia Gov Is Seen Packing Refuse After Arriving A Dump Site In The State
Alex Otti, the newly elected governor of Abia state, was caught on camera using a shovel to pile trash at a waste dump in the Aba region of the state. According to the newspaper, the villagers called the governor asking for assistance, and the governor immediately rushed to the area.
Rich, uneducated actresses are destroying Nollywood - Actress Bimbo Success
Bimbo Success, a renowned Yoruba actress, revealed that insufficient training in the entertainment sector is the root cause of the limited adaptability among actors. During a recent conversation with Punch, the prominent film star emphasized that some actresses mistakenly believe that financial resources alone are sufficient to create exceptional movies.
We Thought He Hit His Head On Surface But Eyewitnesses Said He Vomited And Went Down" Actor Ifeoluwa
Ifeoluwa Gbadegeshin, better known by his stage name Mr. Fresh, has broken his silence about the circumstances surrounding the untimely death of fellow Yoruba film actor Murphy Afolabi. When actor Ifeoluwa was interviewed by the media, he revealed that everyone had thought the late actor had hit his head on a surface, as was initially reported, and that those who were with him said he vomited and went down slowly.
May those bad intentions attack them - Yul Edochie Prays on Judy Austin's Movie Set
Yul Edochie, a prominent actor in the Nigerian film industry (Nollywood), created a lot of commotion when a video surfaced showing him fervently praying on the movie set of his second wife, Judy Austin. On Sunday, May 18, Judy used her Instagram page to post photographs and a video capturing a film production featuring her husband, Yul Edochie, alongside other highly regarded stars of Nollywood.
Actor Murphy- 'Mufasa' Gone too Soon:Recent Jeopardy of the Yoruba Movie Industry
Murphy Afolabi was a Nigerian actor, director, filmmaker, and producer. He was born on May 5, 1974, in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. Afolabi began his acting career in the Nigerian film industry, also known as Nollywood, in the late 1990s and has since appeared in numerous Yoruba-language movies. some of his works include but are not limited to; “Enu,” “Gbolahan,” “Owo Ale,” “Asake,” and “Igbekun,”. He won several awards for his contributions to the Nigerian film industry, including the Best
I dislike the word Nollywood, it is old - Mo Abudu
Mo Abudu harbors a dislike for the fact that the origins of the Nollywood designation are linked to a period characterized by an unfavorable style of cinema. She aspires to globalize Nigeria's film industry, but without employing the terminology she finds distasteful. Mo Abudu, a filmmaker from Nigeria, exhibits a limited fondness for the present-day classification of the country's film sector as 'Nollywood'.
4 Notable Superhero Movies from the DC Universe In Recent Times
In the realm of superheroes, the DC Universe has produced some truly remarkable films that have left an indelible mark on the genre. From iconic heroes like Batman and Superman to the ensemble of the Justice League, DC has brought these beloved characters to life on the silver screen with some notable superhero movies.
Photos: 4 Famous Actors Who Died This Month (May) In The Nigerian Entertainment Industry
However, this article will be focusing on four (4) famous actors in the Nigerian entertainment industry who died in May 2023. 1. Aminu Muhammad Image credit: Pulse, Nigeria. Aminu Muhammad, commonly known as Kawu Mala, is a Nigerian actor working in the Hausa film industry in northern Nigeria.
Actress Ifu Ennada explains Reasons for Sudden Exit from Nollywood 3 years ago
In a recent interview with The Punch, Ifu Ennada, a participant in the 2018 Big Brother Naija reality show and a fashion instigator, disclosed the reasons behind her abrupt departure from the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, approximately three years ago. Currently, as the creator and chief executive officer of her skincare enterprise, she sheds light on the motives behind her exit from Nollywood and the driving force behind her decision to embark on her business venture.
Saint Obi: Failed marriage led to his death — Zeb Ejiro
Zeb Ejiro, a renowned director, "should be the one who will most likely struggle to forget the tragic death of Nollywood actor Obinna Nwafor, also known as Saint Obi." In reality, since the tragic news of Saint Obi's passing spread like wildfire on the internet last Saturday, "Ejiro has been remembering the times when the deceased's path and his crossed."
Hollywood: Actors Who Shared The Movie Set With Their Children
In the world of Hollywood, the magic of filmmaking often extends beyond the confines of the screen. Occasionally, talented actors have the unique opportunity to work alongside their own children, bringing their familial bond to the forefront of a film's narrative. This article explores five memorable instances where Hollywood actors shared the movie set with their offspring, creating an even more profound and heartfelt on-screen experience.
Arabambi Reveals Why Alex Otti Could End Up Not Becoming The Governor Of Abia State
According to the report from Punch Newspaper, Arabambi, the Labour Party's factional national publicity secretary has charged Peter Obi, the party's presidential candidate and Julius Abure the party's national chairman, with failing to take the required precautions to guarantee that Alex Otti's name was submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission when necessary.
I was paid with a bottle of drink for movie soundtrack – Stanley Okorie
Renowned Nollywood soundtrack star and singer, Stanley Okorie, recently shared a remarkable anecdote about his early days in the movie industry. During an appearance on the Osikoya Speaks audiovisual podcast hosted by Wonu Osikoya, Okorie revealed that for his first-ever movie soundtrack, he was compensated with a bottle of Sprite.
Nollywood Actor Chikezie Uwazie Passes Away
Chikezie Uwazie's death follows that of fellow Nollywood star Saint Obi and that of comedian Murphy Afolabi, both of which were shocking revelations. The actor reportedly passed away in the United States a few days ago, following a second brain operation. Chikezie Uwazie, a prominent figure in the early 2000s, has been living in the United States since he relocated there more than seven years ago.
Reactions As APC National Women Leader Betta Edu Says Nigerians Will Beg Tinubu For A Second Term
According to Vanguard, the All Progressives Congress (APC) national women leader, Betta Edu, has stated that Nigerians will plead with President-elect Ahmed Bola Tinubu to run for a second term. This was said by Edu in an interview with Channels Television on Thursday. Tinubu, she says, is fully prepared to "hit the ground running" as soon as he takes office.
AMVCA 2023: Kunle Afolayan’s ‘Anikulapo’ sweeps five awards
According to Punchng. Anikulapo, the highly acclaimed movie released in 2022, has proven to be a major success by securing victories in five categories out of the impressive 16 nominations it received. The film triumphed in the following categories: Best Indigenous Language (Yoruba), Best Overall Movie, Best Sound Editor (Movie/TV series), Best Writer (Movie/TV series), and Best Soundtrack (Movie/TV series).
Nollywood Actor, Murphy Afolabi Dies Days After 49th Birthday
The sudden death of Nigerian actor Murphy Afolabi has sent worldwide shockwaves. Afolabi was a well-known figure in the Nigerian film industry, having starred in numerous popular movies and TV shows. Murphy Afolabi, who passed away a few weeks after his 49th birthday, was a prolific film producer.
Patience Ozokwor Honored with Industry Merit Award at AMVCA9
In a recent announcement on the Africanmagictv Verified Twitter page, it was revealed that the legendary actress Patience Ozokwor, fondly known as Mama G, has been bestowed with the prestigious Industry Merit Award at the 9th edition of the Africa Magic Viewers' Choice Awards (AMVCA9).
Death shakes Nollywood as three actors, technician die in one week
Another actor, Chikezie Uwazie, "has passed away following the shocking news of the deaths of well-known Nollywood stars Saint Obi and Murphy Afolabi." "The actor apparently passed away a few days ago in the United States of America following a second brain operation."