Veteran Actor Ernest Asuzu to be Buried on April 13 as Family Makes Announcement

Veteran Actor Ernest Asuzu to be Buried on April 13 as Family Makes Announcement

- April 13 has been fixed for the burial of late Nigerian actor, Ernest Asuzu

- The news of the movie veteran’s death made the rounds on January 27

- According to his viral obituary poster, his wake and burial will take place in his home town in Imo state

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Plans are underway by family members to finally lay to rest veteran Nollywood actor, Ernest Asuzu.

It was gathered that the late actor died on January 26 and this came after his long battle with an illness. The news of his demise was also confirmed by the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas.

According to reports, Asuzu will finally be laid to rest on April 13 after his wake which would hold a day before at his family compound in Imo state.

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Veteran Actor Ernest Asuzu to be Buried on April 13 as Family Makes Announcement
Veteran actor Ernest Asuzu to be buried on April 13. Photos: @ernestasuzu
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On the viral obituary poster, the late actor was also referred to by various nicknames such as El Cream, Don Dada, to name a few.

His wife, Amina Jannifer Asuzu also took to her social media page to speak on how much she missed her man. According to her, he was a legend.

See her post below:

See a screenshot of the obituary below:

Veteran Actor Ernest Asuzu to be Buried on April 13 as Family Makes Announcement
The late actor is to be buried in Imo state on April 13. Photo: Ernest Asuzu
Source: Facebook

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May the soul of Ernest Asuzu rest in peace.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that the late actor's wife took to social media to slam those who were rubbishing her husband's memory.

The mourning woman started the video by thanking those who reached out to console her over the loss of her man. She then went ahead to call out those who were ‘writing rubbish about him on the internet'.

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Owolawi Taiwo is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over two years working experience in the media industry. She has a degree in English and International Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When she is not reporting on celebrity lifestyle, you will find her listening to music, reading, learning new recipes.

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