Nollywood actor, John Okafor, famously known as Mr Ibu is down with severe stroke, according to reports. The Nkanu, Enugu-born actor who is loved for his comics in movies and stand-up comedy, according to a close family source, was hit by a mysterious stroke shortly after he returned from his trip to Owerri.
The source also confirmed that Mr Ibu is currently being taken care of by an undisclosed herbalist and is responding to treatment. Confirming the story to a reporter, Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN President Emeka Rollas said: “I am aware that Mr Ibu is truly down with stroke, but he is fast recovering and need more of our prayers right now.”
quick recovery funny man! https://t.co/dUqDQgTA45
— okuma tennison (@TennyNCash) April 4, 2019
John Okafor popularly known as Mr Ibu is a Nigerian actor and comedian. Okafor is considered to be one of Nigeria’s most talented comic characters. His humorous acting is often characterised by stupidity, hilarious imbecility and a sharp disconnection from reality. He is aged 57. He has acted in more than 200 movies including Mr.Ibu (2004), Mr.Ibu in London (2004), Police Recruit (2003), 9 Wives (2005), Ibu in Prison (2006) and Keziah (2007).
Our dear MR. IBU down with stroke!💔💔
It shall be well with you, wishing you a speedy recovery.. Ameen!!! pic.twitter.com/luAM3ZrQdm
— S 1 B 9 R ! (@sabirub01) April 4, 2019
Mr Ibu is an incredibly talented actor, but most of all, we love him because he makes us laugh so hard. Over the years, he has featured in so many Nollywood classics that we can’t even keep track. Even years later, his old movies are still relevant and appreciated, especially on social media platforms like Twitter. The interesting thing about Mr Ibu is how funny he is even when he doesn’t try to be. It could probably be his facial expressions or his infamous petty one-liners. Whichever it is, he is easily one of our favourite comedy actors.
— KING Kada (@I_amkada) April 4, 2019
You should know that his journey to Nollywood didn’t come exactly easy for him. He had to drop out of the university due to lack of funds. He worked as a hair stylist, butcher, firewood seller and even dabbled into photography before attaining stardom. As we remember him today whilst praying for his speedy recovery, we’ve rounded up some of his funniest movies ever, for your laughing pleasure. You’re welcome, guys!
The Return of Sherikoko
Mr Ibu in London
Have you seen these movies? Which of them is your favourite? If you haven’t seen any of these, we recommend you do so immediately! And please remember the legend in your prayers.
Source: The Sun Nigeria
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