Nollywood Actress ” Ethel Ekpe Aderemi” is reported dead today.

Nollywood Actress " Ethel Ekpe Aderemi" is reported dead today.

Prominent Nigerian actress Ethel Aderemi, née Ekpe, well recognized for her portrayal as Segi in the now-canceled sitcom Basi and Company, has passed away.

In addition her cancerous death occurred in Lagos on Wednesday.

Furthermore her passage was announced on Wednesday night in a Facebook post by Dr. Shaibu Husseini, the Director General of the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB).

Moreover according to trustworthy sources, Ethel Ekpe, the stunning actress who won over viewers with her unique portrayal of Segi. In the long-gone sitcom “Basi and Company” on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) starring Ken Saro Wiwa, has passed away.

“We will sincerely miss the actress and Pastor in the future she will be especially missed by my family because. We named our second daughter Ethel in her honor “good night, lovely woman,” he uttered.

Nigerian actress Ethel Ekpe has away. She was most known for her portrayal of Segi in the sitcom Basi and. Company, which aired on the Nigeria Television Authority (NTA) from 1986 to 1990.

However the University of Calabar alumnus passed away on Monday, presumably from cancer.

On Monday night, Dr. Shaibu Husseini, the director general of the National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB), posted a Facebook notice of her passing.

According to the article:

“(Ethel Aderemi nee Ekpe), the screen beauty who wowed audiences with her unique portrayal of Segi in the departed sitcom. On Nigerian Television Authority titled ‘Basi and Company’ by Ken Saro Wiwa, has departed from this life.

According to reports, the actress, pastor, and star of Amaka Igwe’s “Forever” and most recently “Sons of the Caliphate” passed. Away in Lagos today from cancer.

“We shall sincerely miss her. She will be especially missed by my family because we named our second daughter Ethel in her honor. Good night, admirable lady!” 

The deceased have also made appearances in the works Heartbeat by Aguila Njamah, Speak the Word by Tchidi Chikere, and Traumatized by Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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