Tears flow as Popular Nigerian actor, Ernest Asuzu, falls down and dies in his home.
The veteran Nigerian actor, Ernest Asuzu was said to have been suffering from stroke.
The actor came down with a stroke in 2015 which affected his speech.
He was also bedridden for three years.
Asuzu made headlines last year when a video of the actor pleading for alms went viral on social media.
When the news surfaced online, some colleagues in the industry including the Governor of Anambra State, Dr. Ebelechukwu Obiano reportedly rallied round to support him.
In his last interview published in December 2020, Asuzu said his problem was spiritual.
Reports say the actor slumped and died around 9:00 pm on Tuesday, January 26.
His son, Dan Nkoloagu Jnr, announced his death on Facebook, as he shared a photo of the actor lying dead in a hospital bed.
This may sound very absurd and archaic but well it happened and it is their labor law so there is nothing that can be done apart from an amendment of the labor laws.
But hey, “Fair and equal” treatment can become a problem when it comes to pregnancy at the police department because guys don’t get pregnant.
In a bizarre report, the Nigerian Police Force has sacked an unmarried policewoman, Olajide Omolola for getting pregnant while not married.
According to her dismissal letter, getting pregnant while unmarried is against the codes and conduct of the police force of the country.
Her dismissal letter read;
“Section 127 of the Police Act and Regulation against women police getting pregnant before marriage W/PC (woman corporal) Olajide Omolola passed out of Police Training School on 24/04/2020 attached to yours contravened above provisions.
She stands dismissed from the Force. Dekit her. Retrieve police documents in her possession with immediate effect. O/C CFO Ekiti only. You are to relay signal to IPPIS Abuja for the stoppage of her salary with immediate effect.
DECOMPOLS (deputy commissioners of police)/ACPOLS (assistant commissioners of police)/HODs/DPOs Ekiti State only. You are to lecture women police. Treat as very urgent.”