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Sunday, October 30, 2016

Veteran Actress Patience Ozokwor Says Watching Her Wicked Role In Movies Makes Her Weep..

Veteran actress, Patience Ozokwor, better known as ‘Mama Gee’ has spoken on how she got married at 19, enjoyed matrimony until her husband’s ailment which claimed his life after 15 years.




Speaking about her late husband, she said, “he was a mechanical engineer, he was a civil servant in Enugu, he was sick for a long time, for more than 15 years and he died, he passed on in 2002.


On her experience as a single mother, “I cannot complain because God has been faithful. You know what it means to be married to a man who would later take ill for 15 years? He was in and out of coma and when you get out of coma, there’s no way you would be as strong as you were.

So, I got quite used to doing things alone by the help of Al-mighty God, when my husband was even alive, his health didn’t allow him to do much.”
On her movies which move her to tear, Mama G said, “You want to know the one that moved me to tears about my characters? There are characters I’d played in movies and after watching them back at home, I just thanked God it wasn’t me- it was a character.

Nearly all the movies where I played wicked roles made me cry because I remember what that character had done to somebody. I do these jobs to the best of my knowledge because I want to sit down at home, watch and cry over what I’m doing to people.


There was a movie I did many years ago, it was titled Prophecy- what moved me to tears in that movie was that I was so wicked that I seized feeding bottle from the mouth of a new-born baby who lost his mother and I was supposed to be taking care of the baby.

The baby was crying, I seized his feeding bottle and threw it away. I wept profusely, the director stopped shooting until I was able to control myself. Then I summoned courage to continue. If someone had done it in real life, I would have exposed the fellow to the world to see.


There was another one where I went to take my sister’s daughter from the village, what I did to the girl, if any human being can do it to a fellow human being, I don’t know what God would do to that person in turn.

I met her in the kitchen, beat her so much that she fell down the stairs, rolled down and died from broken head and pains all over. I’d been playing wicked roles but those two movies are exceptionally horrible. I doubt that any human being would do that to anyone.”


In January 2016, Patience Ozokwor gave her life to Christ and ever since she gave her life to Christ, the actress has dumped her stage name and other unrighteous lifestyles.
Naij.com



57 comments:

  1. Hahahahahahahahaha...
    I like this woman's movie ehheee..
    I like the fact that she didn't remarry!...
    If she is one of those women from that part of the country,she would have married like five husband after her husband's death...
    I commend you mama G and I like those wicked roles you play!..

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    1. Queen I used to love her roles till I got married. One of my sis in-law has her as a role model and watches keenly all her extra wicked movies.

      And u know what? He copies & Downloads every thing n acts that way in real life. That lady is a thorn in the flesh. Pray not to have anything with her. Mbanu, she will re-enact all the movies role on top ur head. Complete gbese.

      And I know, she is not the only one Mama Gee influenced. SMH

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    2. Im so happy for this woman. She actually came across nollywood as a welfare (food seller) before she was considered a role. Now look where she is. Congrats Mama g. Doesn't matter where you start but where you end. Proud of you mama

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    4. Madam, when did you become a coward...we all know that your jibe was targeted @ the YORUBA people. I bet your hubby has a side chic who's yoruba or a yoruba man once dump your sorry ass. Hahahaha...Tribalistic bigot

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    5. And I know a lady from anambra who left her hubby of 15yrs to marry alhaji just because of money. Igbo women wet love money pass God...

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    6. Everything Mama G said are truth. I know her story very well cuz I came from d same village with her (Enugu Ngwo).She's a very nice woman & also emotional

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    7. Morgana you are a big fool u went under Anonymous 09:15 to insult ibo people. Shame on you . Tueh!!

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  2. Thank God for you ma
    It's well
    Good morning 😊 people

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    1. Weep? There's no need for that, you're weeping in the house the roles helped you build, weeping in the cars u acquired based on ur spectacular & challenging roles, u shldnt weep cus ure putting ur stardom to good use 2day, which was brought about those "wucked roles"..... No need weeping if ure trully not that person wen the camera stops rolling.

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    2. Good for her.I love those her wicked roles a lot.Don't like any movie where she's nice and kind...lol.

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    3. Enjoyed all her movies. Weep? Why she dey weep? No be entertainment? I am not understanding...

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  3. Ideato /Ilaje blood30 October 2016 at 07:08

    She didn't say we can't call her MAMA G ooooo

    Happy Born Again ma

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  4. Continue to weep. If u didn't interpret your role properly u wldn't get more roles,and the monies you were paid helped us den. Now that u have made money from acting and even asome a brand ambassador,u are claiming born again. Abeg make we hear word, Madam weep.

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    1. Haba Ammy Bee, today is Sunday o! Be nice to mama Gee

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    2. 😕😕😕😕😕. Na WA for u o. Person cannot be born again ni, Ayam not understanding u o. 😂😂😂

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    3. Nasty piece of work

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    4. Helped u then*, and even as a brand ambassador*.
      Auto correct abeg free me.

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    5. I couldn't have said it better...Gbam

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    6. Did you type this frm your anus? Stupid comment frm u@ammy bee. Love u mama G so much. God bless n keep u ma'am. U're a rare gem,nollywood best...

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  5. Intelligentia princess loves sdk30 October 2016 at 07:11

    I hear.

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  6. I get emotional whenever she goes extreme with her role.
    Na so so sitting on mortar ehen her daughters-in-law are in the delivery room. LOL

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  7. Abeg o me una no vi pce o, my question; why is it in Africa or Nigeria if anyone give their life to Christ or repent they don't wear makeup and jewelries anymore? But in developed countries they do even including the preachers? Why? But oyibo brought the gospel to us.

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    1. Nigerian Reinvented Christianity

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    2. Most of us are hypocrites....we practice religion and not 'true religion' which is really a way of life and yes, true religion considers appearance but not in the way that we take it. Ours is extreme. Even the way we pray in Africa is way different from what obtains in the white man's land..Ours is rife with exaggeration.

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    3. Because we always take things to the extreme in this annoying country.Nigerian 'born agains' always claim to be holier than the Pope.Abd if you don't behave like that or have same beliefs like them,ypu are automatically of the devil.
      Very pretentious and heartless people...those so called 'born agains',fear them.

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  8. Thank God for her life o Mama G for General, so no more drinking of big stout? Pls is it deeper life or Lord's chosen born again?

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    1. Hahahahahahahahaha this anonymous you're crazy!!!!

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  9. I love this woman so much!!!! her acting was excellent. I never get tired of her movies, in fact I will truly miss her.

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  10. Lmao,at I weep
    Nur be only weep?i think that was the real you,before your so called repentance

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    1. Exactly, because the way she perfected her roles ehnnn
      It's hard to believe she wasn't closr to being that in reality

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    2. Have u lived with her before? So those who kill in movies have killed b4?

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    3. No Tayan!...
      This woman is one of the kindest people in nollywood!...
      Even her town people don't joke with her...

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    4. Iman powder how do you people just come to the conclusion that someone is evil even when you don't know the person? If only you know mama gee

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    5. @ olori handbag maybe if you understood ENGLISH better, you would have gotten what I'm on about

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    6. Lol @Iman - Oh, now you want us to thibk you were trying to be sarcastic up there? Well, obviously you don't know how its done cos you came across as supporting the Tayan person...
      Try better next time

      And oh..sarcasm requires some level of intelligence to be successful, just saying

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  11. Awww i so love you mummy G
    The only woman that knows how to enjoy life with nkwobi and odeku. The only woman that makes Nollywood movies a must watch! Kwakwakwa.. I love you ma'am

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  12. Mama General, I missed your wicked roles..


    Happy Sunday blogfam.

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  13. Abeg o mama gee, does it mean you were born in 1968?

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  14. Nice one Mama Gee! Hilarious woman.

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  15. Lol! I love Mama G like that jare. I have been patronising your restaurant since I got here cos it's just opposite where I am putting up and I must say your food/bread is bae..keep it up hun

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  16. Hahahahhahahahahahahahahaha....Na people Wey know know u Na u Dey lie for...ure exactly wat u play in ur roles...Jesus I laugh wen people's say ure nothing like ur movies...Say hi to ur daughter for me..

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    1. I'm almost tempted to agree with u bcos d average naija actor doesn't know how to act out of character so d movie directors tend to give them roles closer to their real personalities for easy interpretation i.e mercy aigbe n toyin aimhaku.I'm sure there're a few exceptions to that rule tho.

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  17. Mama G is a very nice woman, the fay I attended a friend's father's burial and she and some other nollywood actors were there and she happened to be lodged in my friends father's house, that was d day my hatred for her evaporated. She is the exact opposite of what she acts. Very nice woman with no airs, u people should allow her be please, the woman won't make an honest living again bc it suited nollywood directors to stereotype her as a wicked woman. Remember the burial at Abia state ma( that's if ur reading this mama G) I hail u sweet mama

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  18. Mama G is a very nice woman, the fay I attended a friend's father's burial and she and some other nollywood actors were there and she happened to be lodged in my friends father's house, that was d day my hatred for her evaporated. She is the exact opposite of what she acts. Very nice woman with no airs, u people should allow her be please, the woman won't make an honest living again bc it suited nollywood directors to stereotype her as a wicked woman. Remember the burial at Abia state ma( that's if ur reading this mama G) I hail u sweet mama

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  19. Mama G is a very nice woman, the day I attended a friend's father's burial and she and some other nollywood actors were there and she happened to be lodged in my friends father's house, that was d day my hatred for her evaporated. She is the exact oppositeMama G is a very nice woman, the fay I attended a friend's father's burial and she and some other nollywood actors were there and she happened to be lodged in my friends father's house, that was d day my hatred for her evaporated. She is the exact opposite of what she acts. Very nice woman with no airs, u people should allow her be please, the woman won't make an honest living again bc it suited nollywood directors to stereotype her as a wicked woman. Remember the burial at Abia state ma( that's if ur reading this mama G) I hail u sweet mama

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  20. Cant believe all I typed just vanishes abeg I no get strength again but mama G is so misunderstood, she's very nice.

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  21. If you're watching any of her movies and my brother in-law walks in, this man will walk out of the place. That's how much he hates her. He complains that she's too wicked in her roles. Even in his home his kids dare not watch any of her movies

    Anyways I'm happy you found Christ, ma. And we will definately miss you on the screen.

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  22. Thank God she found Christ Jesus

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  23. I so love this woman and her acting skills, I know she is a good woman. May God be with u in your new found love in christ

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  24. My sis in law was her daughter's course mate back.in UniUyo then, that's how I knew that this women is far, very far from the character she acts. Very pleasant person. That's when I also learnt shes a widow. Nice woman

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