Nollywood actress, Iyabo Osadare has given up the ghost after battling with cancer for a long time.
According to reports, she died on Wednesday, November 27, 2019, months after being diagnosed with cancer of the breast.
The news of her death came with a lot of sad reactions as she was fondly remembered for her dedication to work.
Bukola who is an orphan was reportedly abandoned by her husband after she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and a campaign was raised to donate the sum of N35m to help fight the disease.
Sadly all efforts were in vain as news of her death was announced moments ago as seen below:
“You fought cancer so hard to conquer but it was so sad to hear that you finally lost the battle to the beast known as cancer, though it was a total submission to your maker because it wasn’t an easy battle you encountered throughout. Many thanks to everyone that has contributed one way or the other to support the struggling to save you, we love you but Lord Jesus loves you most, sleep on in perfect peace. Adieu.”
Another Nollywood actor gives up the ghost
On Tuesday, July 9, a talented Nigerian actor and cinematographer, Jide Ogunbade reportedly gave up the ghost after a brief battle with illness.
Jide Ogunbade has joined the unwanted list of Nigerian celebrities that have died prematurely in 2019.
Nicholas Babajide Ogungbade was a theatre director and broadcaster.
He died on Tuesday 9th July in Lagos after battling with an undisclosed illness.
The family announced his demise in a statement signed by Pastor Niyi Gbade and Ayotade Ogungbade.
Jide Ogungbade was born August 21, 1952, in Minna, Niger State, the native of Akoko-Ikare in Ondo State.
He worked for over two decades as a drama producer with the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria now Radio Nigeria.
The actor worked as a trainer at the Radio Nigeria Training School, Oshodi, Lagos.