SO SAD! See The 10 Nigerian Celebrities Who Passed Away Before 2nd Half Of 2017 (Photos)

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This so sad when you hear someone is dead not to talk about people who makes you happy with what they do.

Nigeria had lost some celebrities we will never forget in life which make us remember them every moment.

Checkout the 10 Nigerian Celebrities who passed away before 2nd half of 2017;

1. Moji Olaiya

Nollywood star actress died two months after she gave birth to her daughter in Canada. She suffered from cardiac arrest before she died.

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2. Prince James Uche

Veteran actor was said to have died after a protracted battle with diabetes and kidney ailment. He had been ill for 8years kidney transplant and eye surgery, high blood pressure, diabetes and kidney failure. He died 2days after he was supposed to travel to India for surgery.

3. Toyin Majekodunmi

Also called ‘Iya Kike’, whose husband is also an actor was the first death incident that was recorded this year in the industry.

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4. Eric Arubayi Jnr.

West Africa Idol star and top Nigerian gospel artiste, died at the Delta State University Teaching Hospital after battling an illness.

5. Adeshina Adesanya

Nollywood actor popularly known as ‘Pastor Ajidara’ battled a kidney failure condition and passed away days after it was revealed that he was sick.

6. Nengi Finecountry

She is a journalist attached to African Independent Television, who died on Sunday, May 7.

7. Olumide Bakare

Bakare died after having prolonged battle with a respiratory disorder.

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8. Royhills Edozie

The CEO of Lagos Fashion Awards was diagnosed with perforated ulcer and was recovering before he relapsed. He died on January 30th.

9. Modupe Oyekunle

Fast rising Nollywood actress died in May after giving birth to her third child, a baby girl which survived.

10. Supo Dosunmu

Popular US show promoter who took D’banj and Don Jazzy on their first major tour in US several years back died on January 16, 2017.

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