Actor Muonagor Succumbs to Health Battles

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The entertainment industry mourns the loss of a beloved figure known for his comedic prowess as the actor Muonagor, who passed away following a prolonged struggle with kidney disease, diabetes, and stroke.

The heartbreaking news of Muonagor’s demise reverberated across the internet on the somber evening of Sunday, March 24, 2024. His departure comes just days after a distressing video surfaced online, depicting the 61-year-old actor in a plea for financial assistance to aid his urgent kidney transplant.

In the poignant video, Muonagor, accompanied by fellow actor Kingsley Orji, sought aid due to his speech impairment resulting from kidney disease. Orji revealed that financial constraints compelled Muonagor’s discharge from the hospital, despite his ongoing battles with diabetes and stroke, which had led to paralysis in his leg.

In a social media disclosure last November, Muonagor’s cousin, Hon Tony Muonagor, shed light on the actor’s health struggles, detailing his valiant fight against kidney disease, diabetes, and stroke. Tony underscored Muonagor’s dedication to managing his condition through dialysis, physiotherapy, and other medical interventions.

Muonagor’s passing adds to the recent string of losses in the Nollywood community, with notable figures like John ‘Mr Ibu’ Okafor succumbing to illness earlier in the month, a poignant reminder of the industry’s enduring legacy and the challenges faced by its luminaries.

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