Ugezu Ugezu Speaks Out on Recent Deaths in Nollywood, Blames Systemic Health Sector Failures

Ugezu Ugezu

Ugezu, a seasoned actor and filmmaker, has weighed in on the recent wave of deaths impacting the Nigerian movie industry.

There’s growing concern among fans, with some suggesting that Nollywood might be facing a crisis, particularly after the passing of over five actors, including Mr Ibu, Amaechi Muonagor, Sisi Quadri, Adejumoke Aderounmu, and the most recent, Junior Pope, all within the first quarter of 2024.

Taking to his Instagram page to share his thoughts, Ugezu challenged the notion that this is solely a Nollywood issue, arguing that people from various professions also pass away regularly.

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He emphasized that what sets apart the deaths of movie stars is the public attention they receive, highlighting that the current surge in deaths across the country is linked to the systematic breakdown of the health sector.

Ugezu wrote, “If only you knew how many bankers who kpai every week…if only you knew how many police officers who kpai every month…if only you knew how many pastors/priests who kpai every month…if only we have a clear data on citizens that kpai monthly, we may settle down and understand the systematic destruction of the health sector.

“Entertainers are domiciled publicly and theirs go viral always. Time has come to expunge spiritualism from clear system failure. It is not just a Nollywood disaster like many allude.

“It is a general system disaster.”

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