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Candlelight Vigil Honors Late Nollywood Legends Mr. Ibu, Amaechi Muonagor, and Zulu Adigwe

The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) organized a candlelight procession to pay tribute to the late Nollywood icons John Okafor, popularly known as Mr. Ibu, Amaechi Muonagor, and Zulu Adigwe. The heartfelt event took place at the Unity Fountain in Abuja, gathering friends, fans, and fellow actors to honor the deceased veterans.


Emeka Rollas, the National President of AGN, led the procession, accompanied by notable actors Kenneth Okonkwo, Zack Orji, and Sidney Idiala. The gathering showcased a profound display of respect and admiration for the contributions of the departed actors to the Nigerian film industry.

Candlelight Vigil Honors Late Nollywood Legends Mr. Ibu, Amaechi Muonagor, and Zulu Adigwe

Mercy Salma, FCT Mayor of AGN, emphasized the significance of the event. “These Nollywood veterans brought joy to countless Nigerians during their lifetimes. Celebrating their legacies is our way of showing appreciation for their immense contributions,” she said.

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In his address, Emeka Rollas highlighted the solidarity within the actors’ guild and the importance of reflecting on the lives and careers of the late thespians. “This is a season of sorrow for us at the AGN. Our hearts are filled with grief over the loss of our three veteran members. Yet, their memories remain treasures that inspire us all,” he remarked.


Kenneth Okonkwo, a prominent Nollywood actor, praised the late actors for their dedication and impact on the industry. “Their commitment to their craft made the Nigerian film industry beloved by fans. They were driven by passion, not just the pursuit of monetary gains. Their legacy is a testament to their hard work and integrity,” he said, urging young artists to follow in their footsteps.


The candlelight service not only commemorated the lives of John Okafor, Amaechi Muonagor, and Zulu Adigwe but also served as a poignant reminder of the profound impact they had on their colleagues and fans. Their contributions to Nollywood continue to inspire and set a high standard for future generations.



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