- Veteran actress Bose Adewoyin also known as Madam Tinubu has died
- The actress died on Tuesday, June 23, and was buried on the same day
- Friends and colleagues took to social media to mourn her
Nollywood industry has lost one of its own as veteran actress Bose Adewoyin has died.
According to online reports, the film star died on Tuesday morning, June 23. It was also reported that she was buried on the same day.
Adewoyin became popular for her role as Madam Tinubu in EFUNROYE TINUBU. The play was written by Professor Akinwumi Isola and directed by Gbenga Adewusi in 1989.
A great stage play actor, the entertainer was also on the Lagos State Council for Arts and Culture that performed Funmi Odusolu’s famous dance musical called ORI (Destiny).
She also acted alongside veteran Adebayo Salami known as Oga Bello in Funke Akindele’s Omo Ghetto movie.
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While the cause of the actress' death was not disclosed, friends and colleagues have taken to their social media page to mourn her loss.
According to a colleague called Huessinon Tunde, the news of the actress' death was sad to hear. He expressed love for her while wishing her to rest well in the bosom of her God.
"So sad to hear of your departure to the bosom of the high God. We love you in the Dance and the entire Theater Arts Industry, but God loves you More. Rest in Peace Aunty Bose. Alias Madam Tinubu & Mama oni mama," he said.
Another man called Yinka Akanbi prayed for the departed soul.
"May your soul travel light as you ascend the summit beyond the reach of the living. Rest in perfect peace dear sister," he said.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actress Chizoba Bosah died.
According to reports by Yes International Magazine, the 52-year-old movie star passed away on Sunday, May 10. The report also noted that the veteran actress lost her life after a long time battle with diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.
Until her sudden departure, Chizoba was a seasoned actress, producer, and presenter. She was one of the casts of the epoch-making flick, ‘Living in Bondage’, and her Igbo comedy series- ‘Kanyi Si Ebi’ was a major contributor to the start of Igbo Channel on DSTV.