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Burial: Nollywood stars honour Ogeh Cynthia’s father

By Ugochukwu Favour-Mayor
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The day really observed a mourning outlook, but superlatively turned to a festive one as Nollywood stakeholders and stars ceaselessly thronged into Ifite Nanka in Orumba North, Anambra, the country home of screen diva and actress Cynthia Ogeh, for the burial of her late father.

If not for the loss, the worth having again gathering shut-down movement for the people of Nanka, as they all converged to catch glimpse of the celebrities present.

For the screen damsel, she recalled the life well lived of his father, late Chief Michael Onuzulike by describing him as a man whose conscience could not be influenced by material things while rendering justifiable judgment or opinion to issues.

As a successful show maker and one of the top-rated A-class actresses, Ogeh further admitted that his fatherly love would be missed by all those that met him while on earth.

More likely, one would agree that Late Onuzulike's qualities might have been transferred to Ogeh, as her constant rise to fame could be seen on her status. Moreover, she has been to several locations for movies and art exhibitions, and has extended it beyond the shores of Nigeria.

From her unique opportunities, she has underscored the necessity and desirability of fashioning out sound advocacy campaign for human capacity building as a speaker and blunt activist, these has endowed her through her best on screens. Meanwhile, top Nollywood stakeholders like: Mac Collins Chidebe (Mr. China), Uche Odoputa, Diamond Adaeze Igwe and few others all graced the event.