Nollywood actor Kola Oyewo loses wife (photo)

Nollywood actor Kola Oyewo loses wife (photo)

- It is a time of mourning in the home of veteran Nollywood actor, Kola Oyewo

- The film star has reportedly lost his wife, Benedicta Oyewo

- According to the report, Benedicta died on October 11, 2020

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Popular Nigerian actor, Kola Oyewo, is reportedly mourning after he lost his wife, Benedicta.

The thespian’s better half was said to have kicked the bucket on October 11, 2020, to the dismay of many.

Not a lot of details are known about the film star’s great loss, according to Yorubamoviegist.com.

Kola Oyewo is one Nollywood actor who has made his mark in the Yoruba film industry. He had earlier spoken on how he did not form his own theatre company because he didn’t want to have to marry more than one wife.

According to him, he wanted to maintain his Catholicism and his faith didn’t permit him to be polygamous. He explained that it was the reason for him not creating his own company.

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Nollywood actor Kola Oyewo loses wife (photo)

Veteran actor Kola Oyewo lost his wife, Benedicta Oyewo. Photo: @kola_oyewo / IG.
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May Benedicta Oyewo’s soul rest in peace.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that I Can See Clearly Now singer, Johnny Nash, had passed on.

Nash who is most popular for his 1972 chart-topper, I Can See Clearly Now, died at the age of 80 in his hometown in Houston, Texas, as revealed by his son, Johnny Nash Jr.

The deceased’s career started in 1950 and he was the first to bring Jamaican reggae music to American audiences. It was also gathered that Nash helped his friend, Bob Marley, launch his career.

Interestingly, Nash’s most popular song, I Can See Clearly Now, was said to have been written by the music star after he recovered from cataract surgery.

Covers of the song were later made by many artistes including the legendary Ray Charles, Donny Osmond and Jimmy Cliff.

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