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Veteran Actress Ethel Ekpe Passes Away After Battling Cancer



Veteran Actress Ethel Ekpe Passes Away After Battling Cancer

Veteran actress, Ethel Ekpe, known for her iconic role as ‘Segi’ in the popular Nigerian sitcom ‘Basi and Company‘, has sadly passed away in Lagos State. The talented actress lost her battle against cancer on Wednesday.

Ethel Ekpe, also recognized for her appearances in Amaka Igwe’s ‘Forever‘ and ‘Sons of the Caliphate‘, left a remarkable impression on the Nigerian entertainment industry. Her ability to bring characters to life and captivate audiences will be greatly missed.

The news of her demise was confirmed by Dr. Shaibu Husseini, the Director-General of the National Film and Video Censors Board, who shared the heartbreaking announcement on Facebook. Expressing his sadness, Dr. Husseini described Ethel Ekpe as a screen beauty and a talented actress whose performance as Segi in ‘Basi and Company’ will forever be cherished by fans.

Ethel Ekpe’s contribution to Nollywood extended beyond her acting career. She later became a pastor, emphasizing her multifaceted talents and dedication to spirituality.

Throughout her illustrious career, Ethel Ekpe touched the hearts of many through her charismatic roles. Her impact on Nigerian television and film industry will never be forgotten.

Our condolences go out to her family, friends, and fans during this difficult time. Ethel Ekpe’s legacy will live on in the memories of those who were inspired by her work, and her absence will be deeply felt.

Rachel Adams

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