Late Muma Obiekwe: More Stars Pay Tribute, Call Out Owner of Fake Account

Source: Maryjane Ezeh/

It is still a black Sunday for Africa's film industry as a whole, as not just Nollywood but other affected Ghollywood stars can't seem to believe the painful passing away of once energetic and lively, Muna Obiekwe.Read It HERE

Just as others with hands akimbo are shaking their heads in pains and emotional trauma of the great loss, others are calling out the mysterious person behind his fake twitter account to repent and be more responsible.Read It HERE

"OMG when death strikes Nollywood or the African film industry stars 'I Shake' but I Know He is in control. Muna my brother, I have the opportunity to work with you twice in my career, you did inspire me to be at my best. RIP"- Ghanaian actor, Van Vicker wrote.

"Nollywood has lost a brother. May your soul rest in peace"-Juliet Ibrahim.

Stella Damasus, could not believe the news at first, just like other fans of Muma, because of the fake twitter post.

According to her, "I just confirmed it from close friends and relatives that he is really dead.

The messages on twitter that he was still alive was from a fake account. So this is my pain, how do you know what to believe and what not to believe? Where do we draw the line? Over nine thousand people on twitter believed that he was still alive because of fake twitter account.

REST In PEACE Bro, I was hoping that it was a rumour. God rest your soul. This is so painful.

Whoever put up that message out on fake twitter account should be careful. Don't play games with people's lives like that."