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Quick Facts About Late Nollywood Actor Sir David Osagie, His Last Moments

The Nollywood industry is mourning again, this time, it has just lost a popular actor to the cold hands of death, Sir David Osagie who died on Tuesday.

Here are quick facts about him.

1. Osagie, whose real name is Osagie Ogbeosamudia David, was born on October 1, 1968 in Igbanke, Delta State

2. Osagie was a Nollywood producer, actor and scriptwriter

3. He mostly played the role of king in movies

4. He attended Ika Grammar School Agbor, Delta State where he obtained his certificate respectively in 1986

5. Osagie attended the Obafemi Awolowo University where he graduated with a Bachelor degree in 1998

6. He was the President of Deltabond Media Media Concept Limited and Deltabond Film House and Studio

7. He died on May 3, 2022 after returning from a movie set and was not sick.

8. His last post on Instagram was three weeks ago when he wrote: “The King in this one.”

9. In another post three weeks ago on Instagram, he wrote: “Traveling has always been a part of my hubby. Then Movies have further energized it. Thank You Almighty God.”


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