Again, Nollywood mourns as Sisi Quadri passes on

SOME Nollywood actors have taken to social media to mourn the demise of their colleague, Tolani Quadri Oyebamiji, also known as Sisi Quadri.

Sisi Quadri passed away on Friday, March 1 at the age of 44.

The news of his death was confirmed by the President of the Theatre Arts and Movie Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAM), Bolaji Amusan, who shared the late actor’s photo on his Instagram page, captioned, “Hmm, may God grant him eternal rest”.

Similarly, other actors and actresses took to their social media pages to mourn the actor’s demise.

Jigan Banaoja shared the sad news saying, “It’s sad to say goodbye! Quadri! May the Lord grant you peace ✌️ R.I.P @iamsisiquadir.”



    A Nollywood actress, Abiola Bayo, also shared a message on her Instagram saying, “You will be greatly missed, Sisi Quadri. May your soul rest in perfect peace.”

    Although the cause of his death has not been disclosed, the actor reportedly passed away as a result of an illness.

    Sisi Quadri rose to fame in 2004 after his role in ‘Seniyan Seranko’ and also the 2020 film, ‘Ebundola’. He also starred in Kunle Afolayan’s Netwlfil original, ‘Anikulapo: The Return of Spectre,’ scheduled for release on the day he died – March 1.

    Already in 2024, the Yoruba film industry has recorded the death of two notable actors. In January, the veteran actor, Adedeji Aderemi, popularly known as Olofa Ina, died at the age of 73 while in February, actor and playwright, Jimi Solanke, passed on at the age of 81.

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