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BREAKING: Popular Nigerian movie actor Mr Ibu is dead



Popular Nollywood actor, Mr .John Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, is dead.

Mr. died at Evercare hospital in Lagos on Saturday, 2nd of March.

The president of the Acors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Mr. Emeka Rollas, revealed that the actor suffered cardiac arrest.

He said: “Sad Day for Actors Guild of Nigeria.

“Kate Henshaw lost her mother earlier today and Mr Ibu suffered cardiac arrest according to his manager for 24 years, Mr Don Single Nwuzor.

“I announce with deep sense of grief that Mr Ibu didn’t make it. May his soul rest in peace”.

More Details about the cause of death and the authenticity of these reports are still on the way.

In the meantime, Mr Ibu’s family and representatives are yet to comment publicly.

The actor battled health issues since October 2023 and had undergone multiple surgeries that led to the amputation of his leg.

His sudden death took place despite updates from his family in November stated that he was recovering.

In less than 24 hours after the death of Quadri Oyebamiji popularly known as Sisi Quadri, another Veteran Nollywood Actor, the news of Mr Ibu’s death hit the internet.

Mr Ibu claimed in 2019, that his kinsmen had paid some of his domestic workers to poison him, because he has a successful career.

The actor again stated that he was poisoned for the third time, in May 2022.

In an interview, Okafor professed that he was already “seeing people on the other side” but God brought him back to life.

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He said, “My illness was actually perpetrated by people that hate me.

“They did what they did to me. Later, I was taken to the hospital. The doctors are prophets.

“So, they went into my system, and they told me what was wrong and what they are going to do.

“I said ‘whatever you are going to do, please, do it, let me live because if I die like this the enemies will laugh’.

“And then the doctors said ‘Okay, there’s no problem’.

“At the time, I didn’t know what happened. I left! So, whatever I was saying they recorded it.

“I was saying something like somebody who is going mad. I wasn’t actually seeing anybody.

“But on the other side where I was at that time, I was seeing some dead people. God brought me back.”

The actor said his illness taught him a “big lesson”, adding that it is amazing that he is still alive.

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