Destiny Etik0 in Tears as she finally reveals All That Happened with popular Nollywood actor Stanley Okoro. How He D ied (Photo)

Destiny Etik0 in Tears as she finally reveals All That Happened with popular Nollywood actor Stanley Okoro. How He D ied (Photo)

Nollywood actor, Stanley Okoro broke, many were shocked because he had just completed a movie shoot in Enugu State.







It was gathered that the actor who left Enugu for Asaba in order to shoot another movie allegedly died of poison.


According to reports, the late actor had an obsession with food and he indulged in it a lot.


The last post he made on his Instagram page corroborated our findings. He made the post after he had finished eating.



He said, “If the money wey you get no fit solve your problem, my brother chop.”


It was stated that the actor was planning to travel for another movie shoot before the unfortunate incident happened. It was gathered that Stanley went back to Owerri, Imo state where he resides, but a few days after his arrival, the poison allegedly started having effect on him.



He took ill and was vomiting black liquid. While he was walking to the toilet, the comic actor complained of burning chest and collapsed.


Friends and neighbours who ran to his aid rushed him to the hospital, but he gave up the ghost shortly after.



According to his family, Stanley was an easy going man who was down to earth. They said they weren’t aware of any problem that might have led to him being poisoned and eventually killed.


In other news, Here are 10 Nigerian Actresses Who Gave Birth At A Young Age. Number 6 gave birth at 16 (Photos).

No doubt we have so many beautiful actresses in the Nollywood industry, but do you know some of them gave birth at a young age?



Children are indeed a source of joy to their parents. Here are 10 Nigerian actresses who became a mother before they turned 20.


1. Tayo Odueke


Tayo Odueke, better known as, Sikiratu Sindodo, welcomed her daughter Naomi when she was still a teenager.

2. Ireti Doyle

The ageless beauty had a daughter when she was 17. Her beautiful daughter is now married and we are so happy for her!

3. Shan George

Shan George got married very early, at the age of 16. She had her two boys who are now grown-up immediately after her marriage. The actress later walked out of the marriage

4. Genevieve Nnaji

The screen diva got pregnant when she was still in secondary school and became a mom at the age of 17. The name of her daughter is Theodore Chimebuka Nnaji

5. Liz Benson

The veteran actress, who got married to her first husband, Samuel Gabriel Etim at a very young age, welcomed her first child before the age of 20.


6. Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

The Nollywood actress met her pilot husband, Mathew Ekeinde at the age of 16. They got married when she was 18 and she had her first child, Princess at 19.

7. Clarion Chukwura

The actress got pregnant for Sir Shina Peters many years ago when they were dating. The actress was 18 then; now she is the proud mother of a grown-up man, Clarence Peters, who is a music director.

8. Hilda Dokubo

In an interview, the Nollywood actress revealed she got pregnant at the age of 16. In her words, “I was a very brilliant girl, and I got admission into the university at the age of 16. I became rascally and did what girls like that do. I slept with a man, and I became pregnant”.


In other news, Congratulations as Popular Nollywood Actor Nkem Owoh’s Daughter Gives birth to a bouncing baby boy today in Lagos (photos)

The list of legends in the Nollywood sector would never be complete without the mention of Nkem Owoh. He is one of the icons who made sure that the western world accepted movies acted on Nigerian soil by Nigerian on-screen personalities globally.





Not exclusively did he travel out to perform in London, he also advertised African culture, foods, and every other way of life to the western world.

Nkem Owoh (born 7 February 1958) is a celebrated Nigerian actor, musician, comedian, and Nollywood icon.


In 2008, he won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role in the Nigerian movie “Stronger than Pain.”

The movie, Osuofia In London was a National treasure during his prime, and it entrusted more fanbase to him


Early Life & Education
Nkem Owoh was born to an Igbo-speaking family from Enugu State on 7th February 1958. He is from Amagu Village in Udi Local Government Area, Enugu State.

We also found other sources that claim the actor was born on 17th October 1960. Since we have no confirmation from Nkem Owoh himself, we think it is important to mention this age disparity here.


Nkem Owoh was born in Enugu State, Nigeria. After primary and secondary school, he headed to the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, and studied engineering.


During his university studies, he began acting in various television and film productions.

Nkem Owoh featured in the 2003 blockbuster film Osuofia in London. He is also known for performing the song “I Go Chop Your Dollar” about advance fee fraud. The song was featured in the film The Master, in which he played a scammer.


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission banned the song. In 2007 Nkem Owoh was arrested in Amsterdam, Netherlands (Bijlmermeer neighborhood in the Amsterdam Zuidoost borough) due to a seven-month investigation by the Dutch police dubbed “Operation Apollo”.

Nkem Owoh was arrested while performing a musical show when the police raided the event and arrested 111 people on suspicion of lottery fraud and immigration violations. He was later released. In November 2009. Sadly, Nkem Owoh was kidnapped in eastern Nigeria.


His kidnappers demanded a 15 million naira ransom. Nkem Owoh was released after his family members allegedly paid a ransom fee of 1.4 million naira.


Personal Life
Nkem Owoh‘s parents are from Udi as he was born there, but nothing much is known about them. he had an elder sibling by the name, Bartholomew Owoh. He is still very much alive and there’s no funeral for him contrary to the only searches.

Unfortunately, General Muhammadu Buhari ordered Bartholomew Owoh’s execution, along with two other young Nigerians, for the offense of drug trafficking. The firing squad killed the three young Nigerians publicly.


Nkem Owoh married Ngozi Nkem Owoh in 1998. The couple shares two daughters. Ngozi Nkem Owoh prefers to stay away from the public eye.

Hence, not much is known about her apart from her name. There is a common misconception that Nkem Owoh and Chinwe Owoh are married. According to Nkem Owoh, they are in-laws and not husband and wife.


Things Fall Apart
Ukwa 1
Ukwa 2
Big Man…Big Trouble
Fake Doctor
Ifeonye Metalu
Long John
Police Officer
King of the Forest
Lion Finger
Mr. Trouble

Osuofia In London
Police Recruit
America Visa
My Driver
My Own Share
Osuofia In London 2
Spanner Goes to Jail
Lion Heart
Chief Daddy
Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart
Foreign Base
Made in Cambridge
The Dreamer
My Kingdom Come

The Barrister
Battle of Indemnity
Covenant Keeping God
De prof
Johnbull & Rosekate
Stronger Than Pain
His Holiness
His Last Action
Wonderful Man
Military Zone
Ghana Must Go
A Fool at 40
The Prince
Bus Driver

The Master
I go chop your dollar
Marry Me
Mama No Know ‘N’ Pikin Again
This life
Know Me When I’m Poor
Akaram Aka N’ime Jesus (I’m Strong In Jesus)
Net Worth
It is est.


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