Emilia Dike, Nollywood actress, slumped and dies

Nollywood actress, Emilia Dike, has died. The actress reportedly slumped and died in Enugu state on Wednesday May 20. Movie Director, Okechukwu Oku, announced her passing on his Instagram page.”Why is death taking the best people???? I’m confused oooo. Just filmed with Mama here on my 2 last projects, excited to release it and this horrible news today. A woman with a heart of gold, Aah noooo. Will miss you Mrs Dike. Nollywood has lost a gem in you. This is messed up” he wrote

Actors, Uche Ogbodo, Anita Joseph, Belinda Effah, Ken Erics and others have expressed shock at the news of her passing.  

Emilia Dike featured in Nollywood movies such as Ignorant couples, Dust of yesterday, Kings Guard, Where Money Never Sleep 1 and 2, and many more.

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