Biography Of Late Actor Muna Obiekwe


Muna Obiekwe biographyMUNA OBIEKWU was one of the most talented Nollywood Enugu,actors we’ve ever seen.The many roles of Obiekwe

The actor has featured in dozens of movies including Men in Love, Songs of Sorrows, Wasted Effort, My Best Friend, etc. In the drama Men in Love dating back to 2010 he played a gay man. The film was harshly criticized as many alleged that it was popularizing the ideas of h0m0sexuality in Nigeria.

In Fumble the actor played a role for which he was wearing a female pant in one of the scenes.

Its no longer a breaking news that veteran actor “Muna Obiekwe” has gone beyond to sit in the place of rest.

The ill news which filtered across the internet yesterday, brought about pandemonium but after series of investigation, Nigerians has finally accepted their fate that he has passed on.

The president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Ibinabo Fiberesima, confirmed the news in a phone interview with us saying:

“Yes, he is truly dead, i have spoken to his wife… He was a private person, he didn’t tell us he had problems so there was no way we could have helped….please i can’t disclose much information for now.”
It was learnt by The Nation that Muna had been battling renal related ailment but had kept it secret for a long time before informing Ibinabo Fiberesima.

Also Read: Muna Obiekwe’s Death And Nigeria’s Pathetic Healthcare System

Some unconfirmed reports say that his death was connected with his financial state. “He could not go for his regular dialysis for the past two weeks because he was broke but rejected seeking public assistance due to shame.”
Here are some of his last lovely moments in the nollywood movie scene…

We celebrate you Muna! May your gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord.

– Celebrity Magazine



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