“This is really painful”- Nigerians heartbroken as Veteran actor, Mr Ibu’s leg reportedly gets amputated


Fans, lovers, family members and friends of renowned actor John Okafor, commonly known as Mr Ibu, are mourning the news that his leg has been severed.

Very Dark Man, a social media activist, shared the tragic news in a video that went viral, in which he conveyed his sadness at the news.

He disclosed that the actor’s family, friends, and close ones all betrayed him by taking advantage of him and abandoning him when he needed them the most.

He had just completed conversing with his family, who informed him that the actor’s leg had been removed.

“Hello guys, as I speak to you now, they just finished amputating Mr Ibu’s leg. To be very honest this is very sad news, because of a lot of things that have been happening surrounding what led to this point that they had to cut his legs.

In summary, I will say everyone around him including his family wanted to use him. Both friends, they all took advantage of him. Them when he needed support nobody was there”.

The news has left many heartbroken as they took to social media to lament.

One Ehidiahmen Okojie wrote, “Shit. This is really painful, this leg finally took his career

One Royalties Preshy wrote, “It’s well

One Enny Bobo Official wrote, “Omo!! Chai, Kai. This country suppose have health insurance now!! It would have prevented this since the beginning of the sickness

One Simeon Delight wrote, “So they finally cut the leg. God this is so sad. I wish him and his family all the strength they need to go through this phase of life

One Teeto Olayeni wrote, “It’s Soo sad but honestly it’s better than him losing his life. The sickness must have been there for a long time and wasn’t properly taken care of

One Kennedy Excel wrote, “Chai sorry thank God you’re still alive sir he can still use prosthetic cover leg to walk again

One Bala wrote, “Please pray for Me Ibu this is not the time to talk about move or family. Pray and support whichever you can.

One Skesh Makanaki wrote, “Upon all the NSPPD prayer