“There Shall Be No More Loss”: AGN Set to Hold Joint Candlelight for Mr Ibu, Adigwe, Muonagor

“There Shall Be No More Loss”: AGN Set to Hold Joint Candlelight for Mr Ibu, Adigwe, Muonagor

  • A joint candlelight procession has been announced by the AGN for three of its late members at three different locations
  • The guild said the members are Mr Ibu, Zulu Adigwe and Amaechi Muonagor and added that the procession would take place in Lagos, Asaba, and Abuja respectively
  • It also clarified that the joint event is to give all actors at different locations the opportunity to attend the one close to them

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The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has planned to stage a joint candlelight for three of its fallen heroes, John Okafor, better known as Mr Ibu, Zulu Adigwe and Amaechi Muonagor.

According to the details released by the guild, the event will take place at three locations namely, Lagos, Asaba and Abuja.

The event would take place concurrently at the locations on June 17th, 2024 at 4pm.

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AGN to hold candlelight for late Nollywood actors: Mr Ibu, Zulu Adigwe, and Amaechi Muonagor.
AGN to hold candle light for Mr Ibu, Zulu Adigwe, and Amaechi Muonagor. Photo credit @realmribu/@amaechi.muongor/@zuladigwe
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AGN gives reason for joint event

Giving its reason for the joint program, the guild explained that the arrangement will avail all actors at different location the opportunity to attend.

The one taking place in Lagos would hold at the National Stadium, Surulere. The candlelight taking place in Enugu was said to have been organised by Mr Ibu's burial committee.

Recall that Mr Ibu died as a result of cardiac arrest, as confirmed by the guild. Adigwe on his part took his last breath in April 2024 while Amaechi Muonagor, who had suffered kidney failure, died in March 2024.

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How fans reacted to the post

Reactions have trailed the post made by the AGN. Here are some of the comments below:

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"3 great actors there shall be no more loss."


"Goodnight papas."


"It is well."


"Daddy m rest well."


"May God Almighty Grant The Families The Fortitude To Bear The Irreplaceable Loss Of Their Great Husband's And Fathers Amen."


"Omo chai I really missed them great actors are gone but JP own pain me reach bone."


"Three great comic actors are gone. So painful. May their souls through the mercies of God continue to rest in perfect peace Amen."


"May their Gentle Souls Rest In Perfect Peace Amen.


"It's well.'


"This made me teary."

Tony Oneweek speaks about Muonagor's health

Legit.ng previously reported that weeks after the Amaechi Muonagor cried out online, his cousin Tony Oneweek shared details of his ailment.

Oneweek revealed his cousin was down with stroke, diabetes, and kidney disease, and undergoing weekly dialysis.

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He noted that the actor was undergoing treatment at the hospital.

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