Veteran Yoruba actor Adio Majester is dead

Veteran Yoruba actor Adio Majester is dead

The Nigerian movie industry has been faced with death of some actors in recent times and another actor has joined the list.

Nollywood actor, Gbolahan Adio Majester, has reportedly passed on after a long battle with sickness.

According to Yoruba Movie Gist.com, the actor died on May 7, 2019. It was gathered that the film star had been battling diabetes for years.

Gbolahan Adio Majester Photo: Yoruba Movie Gist.com

Gbolahan Adio Majester Photo: Yoruba Movie Gist.com
Source: UGC

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Before his death, Majester had reportedly started to look like a shadow of his former robust self due to the illness.

The actor had also reportedly been in the intensive care unit for years as he spent all his money on trying to manage the sickness.

This is definitely a great loss. RIP to the dead.

Meanwhile Legit.ng previously reported that veteran actor and drummer, Toyese Onifade Oloyo, passed on three weeks after suffering a stroke.

Oloyo is said to have kicked the bucket on May 5, 2019, and he was buried the next day in Ibadan, Oyo state according to Islamic rites.

Another Nollywood actor, Prince Dammy Eke, also kicked the bucket. The Nollywood film star still posted on his Instagram page recently, but from the looks of it, he passed away soon after that last post.

Prince Dammy Eke is also known for his philanthropic acts which he particularly does for children. Often, he organises free medical check ups for these young ones.

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