It’s A General Disaster; people die every week – Actor Ugezu Ugezu

By Majesty 2 Min Read
Ugezu Ugezu

Veteran actor and director Ugezu Ugezu has reacted to the amount of deaths affecting Nigeria’s film industry.

After more than five performers—Mr. Ibu, Amaechi Muonagor, Sisi Quadri, Adejumoke Aderounmu, and the most recent Junior Pope—passed away in the first quarter of 2024, some fans feel that Nollywood is under attack.

In response, Ugezu posted on his Instagram page that people in other professions pass away on a weekly basis and that this is not a Nollywood tragedy, unlike what many have claimed.

We're now on WhatsApp. Click here to join.

RELATED STORY: Anambra Police Detain Two Boat Operators in Connection with junior Pope’s Death

He claimed that the nation’s death rate is caused by the “systematic destruction of the health sector” and that the passing of movie stars is a topic of widespread news coverage.

Ugezu wrote, “If only you knew how many bankers who kpai every week…if only you knew how many police officers who kpai every month…if only you knew how many pastors/priests who kpai every month…if only we have a clear data on citizens that kpai monthly, we may settle down and understand the systematic destruction of the health sector.

“Entertainers are domiciled publicly and theirs go viral always. Time has come to expunge spiritualism from clear system failure. It is not just a Nollywood disaster like many allude.

“It is a general system disaster.

Visit our Latest Entertainment News Page for the latest updates on Showbiz, Celebrity Gossip. Follow our Website: On WhatsApp || Twitter || Facebook || Telegram || Townflex || Townflex || YouTube 1 || YouTube 2 || Google News ||

Share This Article