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Oil magnate and business mogul, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah has again exhibited his high sense of love and affection to humanity as he recently provided succor to one of Nollywood\'s veteran actors, Obi Madubogwu who has been bedridden for a while.


The actor who has been battling with Diabetes, recently made a public outcry over his falling state of health, calling on well-meaning Nigerians to assist.



The actor is known for his lead roles in movies like -Passion of my blood, Mothers-in-law amongst others. The climax of his career was being cast to play King Musanga in Battle of Musanga, an epic film still considered as the most expensive production with the largest cast and crew in the industry produced by Gabosky & Chezkay films. Sequel to his outcry, an online campaign was launched to assist the actor back on his feet again.


Ubah in his magnanimity, heeded to the actor\'s cry as he donated the sum of three million naira to assist the actor who has contributed immensely in the Nigeria\'s entertainment sector.



-franklynonwubiko.com



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