The Nigerian entertainment industry mourns the untimely passing of Cindy Amadi, a talented co-star known for her role in the popular Nollywood movie “Ife.” Her tragic demise was announced on Thursday by the film’s producer through a heartfelt message posted on the movie’s Instagram account, @ife_movie.
Cindy Amadi, renowned for her memorable performance in the groundbreaking lesbian-themed movie “Ife,” shared the screen with MTV Shuga’s Uzomaka Aniunoh. The film, directed by actress Nse Ikpe-Etim’s sister, Nyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, garnered widespread acclaim for its compelling narrative.
In a poignant Instagram post, the producers of “Ife” expressed their profound grief, writing, “We are greatly, deeply, and unbelievably saddened to learn about the passing of Cindy Amadi, who played Adaora in #féthemovie.”
The post further highlighted Cindy’s remarkable presence on the movie set, describing it as a source of magic that had a lasting impact on their lives. The statement reflected on her unwavering passion for her craft and her career, emphasizing that Cindy was well on her way to becoming a respected talent in the industry before her untimely departure.
Cindy Amadi’s passing has left a void in the Nigerian film industry, and her contributions to “Ife” will be remembered as a significant part of her legacy. The film community joins her family, friends, and fans in mourning the loss of a promising talent who had so much more to offer.
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