Rita Dominic, Ay Makun, Ramsey Nouah, more celebrities mourn Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

Rita Dominic, Ay Makun, Ramsey Nouah, more celebrities mourn Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

Nollywood has continued to mourn the death of its very own, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe.

Glamsquad reported that Peace, the Founder/Chief Executive Officer, Africa Movies Academy Awards (AMAA), passed away at the St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos after a brief illness. Read here.

On her path, Rita Dominic revealed how difficult it is to say goodbye.

The newly wedded A-list actress took to her Instagram page to express how hard it is to say goodbye.

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She wrote:

We have lost an enigma, an Icon, a trailblazer. We have lost a sister.

We have lost the founder and director of Africa Movie Academy Award (Amaa). It is so difficult to say goodbye.

It is so difficult to write RIP underneath your picture. This isn’t a good start to the New Year but who I’m I mere mortal to question the almighty…

Your contributions to the growth of Nollywood and African cinema will never be forgotten. You empowered so many creatives in Africa through your platform including me. Thank you for all sis.. thank you.

Adieu till we meet to part no more..”

Rita Dominic, Ay Makun, Ramsey Nouah, more celebrities mourn Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

Ay Makun mourns Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

Comedian, actor, and producer, Ayo Makun better known as Ay comedian while mourning peace noted that he would miss her Professional advice.

On his Instagram page, he shared a video of Peace Anyiam-Osigwe and noted that she was an inspiration to the entertainment industry who was always willing to help.

He wrote:

Only a woman of substance and integrity brings out everyone that I am seeing talking about you today on social media and different platforms.

I can’t explain how much I’d really miss all her professional advice. Peace Anyiam Osigwe was an inspiration to the whole industry. She was full of faith, courage, and strength. Always willing to help. Everything she asked me to do about Almajiri started falling in place from last year. We wish you farewell in your journey to eternity. You’d never be forgotten, rest in peace, PEACE ( Founder AMAA Awards)

Ramsey Nouah mourns Peace Anyiam-Osigwe’s death 

Veteran actor, Ramsey Nouah also joined the rest of his colleagues to mourn the passing of Peace Anyiam-Osigwe.

Pouring out his heart, hee wrote:

“My dearest Peace, it’s with a heavy heart I write this and I wish that maybe, just maybe, its all a nightmare I will wake up from. You had plans! There were so many heights to reach, so many grounds to break and so many destinies waiting to take flight on the wings of your platform. Life really is fleeting! The news of your passing is another huge shock. You were a force, an icon and a visionary leader in Nollywood. You have written your name in the sands of time and your legacy continues to live on. Rest in peace dear sister and May God grant your loved ones the fortitude to bear this loss. You will forever be remembered. Adieu Sister”.

Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

Toyin Abraham reveals Peace Anyiam-Osigwe last words 

Toyin Abraham took to her Instagram page to share her last text with the deceased.

The mother of one revealed that peace contacted her after the release of her new film, “Ijakumo” to offer encouragement.

She also revealed that the founder of AMAA had pledged to celebrate with champagne and had complimented her work ethic.

In the private chats, Toyin shared online, Peace had revealed that she was sponsoring her students to watch her film in the cinemas. This had left Toyin Abraham baffled.

“Goodnight ma’am @digitalpmoglobal you chatted me on Thursday just to encourage me and told you will pop champagne for me. You told.me I’m so hardworking and focused. I know heaven gained an angel. Thank you so much ma’am @and I promise to always be focus and continue to be my own competition. Goodnight”.

Toyin Abraham mourns Peace Anyiam-Osigwe

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