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Actress Ada Ameh finally laid to rest today in Benue state

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The remains of the popular Nigerian actress Ada Ameh, has finally been laid to rest in her hometown today in Otukpo Benue state.

Ada Ameh

The actress died a month ago whilst visiting a big friend and family of hers, Even though she’s been talking about how she’s been battling depression for a while after burying eight members of her family including her only child. The Nollywood entertainer who was known for her comic talent in movies especially in THE JOHNSONS television series, left a huge void indeed in the hearts of her family colleagues, and fans. Here are pictures from her burial.

Read also: Actress Ada Ameh finally confirmed dead after loosing 8 of her family members to death.

Picture credit: BBC pidgin

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I’m Sorry I Hurt You – Actress Juliana Olayode Publicly Tenders Apology To Funke Akindele

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Actress Juliana Olayode on Saturday tendered an open apology to her senior colleague, Funke Akindele.

Olayode, who came into the limelight with her role as Toyosi in Akindele’s ‘Jenifa Diary’, stated that she felt a burden to openly apologise to her senior colleague.

She also addressed the issues that led to her withdrawal from the series, in a lengthy post on Facebook.

Olayode partly wrote, “God used Aunty Funke Akindele #funkejenifaakindele to put me into the limelight. It was a shocker for me, especially at that tender age, when I had barely left secondary school, the kind of fame I earned from playing Toyosi in Jenifa’s Diary was too enormous for my understanding.

“However, the lack of industry nitty gritty started manifesting in me, coupled with the fact that I had a guardian (manager) who didn’t understand how the entertainment industry works, and I believed anything he feels and says.

“My guardian sent an email to Scene One TV, the producers of the Sitcom, which entire content I wasn’t aware of until recently.

“The story of my goofs at the take-off of my career can not be exhausted in a million words, I want to use this opportunity to apologize to Aunty Funke Akindele, ọmọdé ò lè mọ ẹ̀kọ́ jẹ, kó má ra lọ́wọ́, I am incredibly sorry for how I hurt you and how the email that was sent hurt you.

“Please forgive me for my childish mistakes of the past, I am deeply sorry for everything.🙏 I love you eternally Aunty Funke.
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“NB: I just feel the burden to make this official. It’s not an attempt for people to help me beg her, I have met Aunty Funke, she has forgiven me, hugged me, prayed for me, cooked for me like she used to in those good old days, Jollof rice elemi meji, fried rice and sweet chicken.(lol)”

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I Started Acting When There Was No Social Media – Patience Ozokwo Speaks On AMVCA Appreciation

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I started acting when there was no social media, progress was based on talent -Patience Ozokwo

The veteran Nollywood actress, Patience Ozokwo, has revealed that she joined the movie industry when there was no social media platforms and progress was totally based on talent and humility.

She made this known while also appreciating her children in celebration of her Industry Merit Award, which she received at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award on Saturday evening.

On Monday, the actress via her Instagram post, Shared pictures of herself at the AMVCA event, her children, and grandchildren.

She said her children also made significant sacrifices and went long times without a mother throughout her performing career.

She stated that there was no social media when she began her acting career, and that success entirely relied on talent, humility, word of mouth, and trust.

Here is what she wrote, “LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

“When we started in the industry there was no social media and so many other luxuries we enjoy now. Progress was completely dependent on your talent, humility, word of mouth and trust.

“I appreciate my colleagues who work tirelessly and often times without recognition

“I appreciate my family who have always surrounded me with love and acceptance. My children sacrificed a lot and stayed long periods without a mother. At one point, my daughter became my PA and is still my Associate Manager till date.”

A huge congratulations to Mama G!

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Men Are Wired To Cheat On Their Partners – 2Baba

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Nigerian Singer, Innocent Idibia, also known as 2Baba, has said that men are genetically programmed to cheat on their partners.

He said this during season 2 of a reality TV show, ‘Young, Famous and African’, which premiered on Friday.

The singer said, “Men are wired like that. A man will love a woman to hll. Maybe he is somewhere, his d*k would just decide to do something else.

“He will fk, but he won’t even give a fk about that person. He just wants to sort out that sh*t.“

His wife, Annie, who is also a cast on the show, asked him if what he said was on a general basis or based on what he believed in.

The singer, however, stated that his opinion was based on his beliefs.

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