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Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Popular Nollywood Actor Obi Madubuogwu Succumbs To Complications From Acute Diabetes

 The actor who has been battling with Diabetes for years reportedly succumbed to fever complications yesterday morning August 28th....




Obi Madubogwu Became Popular for his Role in the blockbuster "Battle of Musanga" where he played the lead role.


The news of His demise was announced on Facebook by one of His Colleague Bara Solomon Odede.


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    1. Rip to him
      Nigerian men pls take it easy with the beer parlour suya and Shawarma at night. Not everyday bar and groove. Sometimes Netflix and chill with cup of tea. Not to say that's what caused this great actor this oh. But in general Nigerian men pls tty Ehnnn. We know there is money to blow and nothing to do with it.

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  2. Chai! May his gentle soul rest in peace. I thought he passrd on some months ago.

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  3. Too bad. May his soul rest in peace

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  4. May his soul rest in peace

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  5. This is sad!
    May his soul rest in peace.

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  6. May his soul rest in the eternal blossom of the Lord

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  7. OMG! This is so sad, rip to him.

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  8. RIP soldier, another one bites the dust!😞😞😞

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  9. For the past decade mostly make actors in nollywood have died . Warris happening.rip man.

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  10. OMG. I feel so pained over his demise, May God console his family and accept his soul. But, I wonder why theses actors and actresses find it very difficult to assist themselves in terms of illness, calamity and pain? You are on your own if they perceive you not to belong to their cabal.

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  11. OMG. I feel so pained over his demise, May God console his family and accept his soul. But, I wonder why theses actors and actresses find it very difficult to assist themselves in terms of illness, calamity and pain? You are on your own if they perceive you not to belong to their cabal.

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  12. Nollywood has lost another soul

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  13. RIP sir !!!
    All nollywood lovers would surely miss you.
    Dear Stella, there's nothing like acute diabetes please. Diabetes mellitus by definition is a chronic disorder. Besides this man has been ill for a long while, so why the title "He died from complications of acute diabetes" ?

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    1. Anon,a chronic illness can have periods of acute exacerbations. In his case his foot ulcer probably became infected (probably septic ), hence the fever and subsequent complications.

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    2. Foot ulcer aka gangrene. His doctor should have recommended an amputation. Once leg becomes gangrene infected, it's hard to save it

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  14. Chai....diabetic foot ulcer..complication of poorly managed diabetes
    Its a pity,RIP

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    1. Yes, that was why he had the feve and other complications. Rip to him.

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  15. May his soul RIP

    King of Muzanga

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  16. Awww. May his soul rest in peace.

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  17. So sad.. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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  18. Rip dear. Non of the actors and actresses were able to help out its so unfortunate well na turn by turn

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    1. Help our how did he tell you that he is cash trapped or actors Now doctors & nurses na wa for Nigerian, everybody has it own different problems

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  19. May God grant you eternal rest sir. You will surely be missed. So sad.

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  20. May his soul rest in peace and may the Almighty comfort his family.

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  21. Preventable death! Nigerian hospitals and their incompetence. In developed world, pple hardly die these days from diabetes unless the individual is not controlling his blood sugar or taking his insulin as recommended. I can also see that his feet developed gangrene. He should have had it amputated to increase his chances of survival and lower his risk of futher infection. May God help pple who get sick in nigeria and cannot seek better healthcare

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  22. RIP great actor, you will surely be missed

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