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Brymo backs return of old National anthem

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Last Updated on May 31, 2024 by Fellow Press

Singer, Brymo Olawale has thrown his weight behind the Federal government’s decision to revert to the old National Anthem.

In a post shared on Instagram, Brymo said he is very happy with the decision. He described President Tinubu as the ‘’Greatest of All Times, GOAT” of all Nigerian presidents.

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“President Bola Ahmed Tinubu is officially my G.O.A.T. of all-time Nigerian president.

“Read the lyrics of the new national anthem; first stanza is all you need; it asserts Nigeria for ‘motherland’ and now Africa can be fatherland and be the symbol of polygamy and we can all focus on one family unit each finally.

“And my favourite part: ‘In brotherhood, we stand.’ We are all now members of the greatest cult on earth. Nigeria is now the only brotherhood every boy and ambitious girl must belong to in this country! I am very happy!”

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Nollywood actress, Stella Ikwuegbu, dies

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Last Updated on June 16, 2024 by Fellow Press

The Nigerian Movie Industry has once again been thrown into mourning following the demise of another actress, Sandra Ikwuegbu.

The Veteran Actress is said to have died today, June 16, after a battling with leg cancer,

Her colleagues in the industry have taken to social media to mourn her. Movie Producer, Stanley Ontop , wrote;

‘’Popular Nollywood actress/veteran Mrs stella ikwuegbu is dead.

The Veteran Actress left this world today after battling with Leg cancer. Rest well madam Stella.

Nollywood not again

It’s well

Shalom!”

Another colleague of hers, Ijele Ozioma Christy Ejiofor, who paid a visit to the late actress’s home this afternoon, wrote

‘’Ukwu Gi Dia. Why? You scaled through several, accident s and all. Eniure/Achiere came, and in less than a week, it killed you. Oh my… I feel bad.

Stella Ikwuegbu, nenu Jennifer, you didn’t enjoy a thing. Why? Just why?

Adieu Great Actress Extraordinary…”

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Veteran Nollywood actor, “Sule Suebebe”, is dead

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Last Updated on June 12, 2024 by Fellow Press

[Photo: The Cleric, Agbala Gabriel with late Actor, Dayo Adewunmi]

Veteran Nollywood actor, Dayo Adewunmi, popularly known as “Sule Suebebe”, is dead.

The Yoruba actor died on Wednesday after several months of protracted illness.

Popular Ibadan-based cleric and philanthropist, Ademola Amusan, popularly known as “Agbala Gabriel”, disclosed this on his Facebook page, “Agbala Gabriel Global Page”.

The cleric, founder of Agbala Gabriel Apostolic Church wrote: “It’s a pity, Baba Suebebe died at the hospital this morning. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.”

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the cleric has been instrumental to raising funds for the actor’s medical bills and in 2023 he provided him with a new house.

Sule Suebebe, a comic actor, had featured in over 100 movies.

He is popularly known for his roles in Suku Suku Bam Bam (2004) and Ago Kan Oru (2003).

Aside from being an actor, he is was an MC and a TV presenter.

He also had a YouTube channel, Suebebe TV, where he produced films propagating the Yoruba culture and language

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