Toyin Abraham, Lilian Bach, others console Emeka Ike over the loss of his dear mum

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Toyin Abraham, Lilian Bach, others console Emeka Ike over the loss of his dear mum
  • Renowned actor Emeka Ike is grappling with grief as he took to social media to announce the heartbreaking loss of his beloved mother.
  • The seasoned movie star shared a poignant collage on Instagram, paying tribute to his late mother.
  • In the wake of this profound loss, an outpouring of condolences from both fans and fellow celebrities has flooded in, underscoring the shared sorrow in the entertainment community.

Nollywood stalwart Emeka Ike is currently mourning the passing of his elderly mother, Comfort Ike, and has poured out his emotions on social media.

The actor posted a heartfelt video compilation featuring photos of the departed on his verified Instagram page, allowing a poignant glimpse into his profound loss.

Emeka was truly immersed in his affection for his mother, boldly proclaiming that his hero has left him while offering a touching tribute to her.

Emeka Ike wrote;

“My hero is gone, RIP world mother”

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Toyin Abraham, Lilian Bach, Joyce Kalu, and other esteemed colleagues have reached out with heartfelt condolences to Emeka and his family in the wake of his mother’s passing.

Their comments not only express sympathy but also include earnest prayers for the departed soul, providing a source of comfort to the grieving actor.

Read some of their comments below:

In other news, Veteran Nigerian actor, Chinedu Ikedieze, aka Aki, has said the social media phrase “Old Nollywood vs New Nollywood” was coined by overzealous Gen Z performers in an attempt to exert superiority.

He said the Gen Z actors are constantly trying to make it seem like they are “the best” and “Hollywood standard.”

Speaking in the latest episode of TeaTalk podcast hosted by actress, Toke Makinwa, Ikedieze said, “There’s this thing now, Old Nollywood and New Nollywood. It’s absurd.

“I think the Gen Zs in Nollywood are trying to make it look like, ‘Oh! We’re the latest. We’re the Hollywood standards. We’re the best. We know it all.”

His fellow guest on the podcast, comedian Bovi, however, disagreed with him.

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