6 December 2012

Nigerian Actor, Enebeli, Dies in Indian Hospital

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Veteran actor Enebeli Elebuwa.

After battling with complications from stroke Veteran actor, Enebeli Elebuwa, popularly known as Andrew, dies in an India hospital.

Enebeli died on Tuesday where he was receiving treatment for poor health conditions brought on by a stroke.

His death has been confirmed by fellow actor, Segun Arinze, who acknowledged the Delta State Government for the help rendered to Enebeli during the time of his illness.

Enebeli Elebuwa would be remembered for his role in movies in star with notable faces in the industry. He first came to limelight when he was featured as the main protagonist in a public service TV commercial aimed at discouraging Nigerians from quitting the country. He also found fame as a prolific actor in lots of Nollywood movies.

It would be recalled that Peter Eneh also died some weeks ago after battling worth an infection in one of his amputated legs.

Moreover, Ngozi Nwosu is fighting hard for her life to get back to her normal self after she was reported that she was diagnosed with diabetes nobody and that nobody was available to cater for her in Benin Republic.

Some celebrities twitted their reactions on the actor's death.

Omotola. J .Ekeinde :

@Realomosexy He looked so much like my father, he joked many times. I lost one 21 years ago now you too are gone! ADIEU Enebeli Elebuwa!

Anthonia Orji

@AnthoniaOrji: Enebeli Elebuwa was a talented & respected Nollywood Actor, a LEGEND in his own right. I'm deeply saddened at the news of his death. RIP

Omoni Oboli

@Omonioboli: If it is true that my worthy colleague Enebeli Elebuwa has passed on, then it's a sad day in Nollywood! May his soul rest in peace.

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