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Nollywood Mourns as 78-Year-Old veteran Actress Louisa Nwobodo Dies

Nollywood have lost a veteran actress, Louisa Nwobodo. Louisa Nwobodo was 78 years of age before her death.

According to reports, the veteran actress went to church service on Sunday, 13th September, 2020. She collapsed in her car in St. Mulumba’s Catholic Church, New Haven, Enugu.

After the incident, she was rushed to the hospital where she was confirmed dead. It is not clear if she was surffering from any sickness before her sudden death.

Also confirming the death of the late Nollywood actress, ex-chairman of the Enugu chapter of Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Stan K Amadi, said that the actress died after she collapsed inside her car at St. Mulumbas Catholic Church, New Haven, Enugu.

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Late Nwobodo’s body has been deposited at the morgue pending her funeral arrangements. The deceased actress came into the limelight for her role in Nollywood movies Never Say Goodbye, Made in Cambridge, Indemnity among other productions.

The deceased was a well respected actress. She was known by every Nollywood fan nationwide.

The deceased was a talented actress who had the ability to act numerous roles presented to her by movie makers.

Louisa could easily play the role of a mother, Mother-in-law, wife, wicked Mother-in-law, loving Mother-in-law, or any other relevant role presented to her in any movie.

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The entire movie industry will surely miss late Mrs. She was an easy going and kind woman. She was loved by both younger and older colleagues in the movie industry.

Louisa Nwobodo as she goes to be with the Lord,er family hasn’t said anything concerning her burial arrangement. Shortly after her death, the body of the veteran actress was deposited in a mortuary. May her gentle soul rest in peace, Amen.

Some weeks ago, veteran Yoruba actress Musiliat Arikeusola died at the age of 67.

Osuntohun, as she was popularly known from the epic movie Koto Orun, died in her Osun state home on after losing a long battle of sickness.

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Ademola Adedokun who is the secretary of Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) in Osun state confirmed her passing to glory.


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