Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA)Founder, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe on Tuesday, passed on after she spent days in Coma.
The Osigwes announced that the AMAA founder died at the St. Nicholas Hospital, in Lagos after being in Coma since Saturday, January 7, 2023.
According to the reports shared online by Anyiam-Osigwe’s family, the family will announce the details of her rites of passage in due course.
Meanwhile, the Family respectfully asks, at this time, for the public to respect the privacy of the family as “we contemplate God’s love for his children”
Fans of the AMAA awards reacted to her passing @l.tobiloba: “This isn’t a good way to start the day. May any bad news or condolences never come to our door this year. RIP ma’am.”
@gentle_sue16: “wow eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon her and may she rest in peace.”
@only1mankind: “Still hard to believe.” @sheisroyale: “My God! This isn’t a good news at all.” @aik_eke: “RIP my boss.”
@beastofnonation23: “Nawa… una don Dey announce passing on before family.” @mouth_pis: “This news is not complete, d!ed in comma, what happened to her that made her be kn comma for days, rip to the dead.”
@sirp2391: “rest in peace ma so painful.” @mizgrace5: “Made me remember how I was waiting for dad to come out of coma . It is well.”
The famous filmmaker’s Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) ceremony recently held the unveiling of its 19th edition in Lagos to huge fanfare. The founder and president of AMAA, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, was at the unveiling event where she announced a call for entries for movies across Africa to be submitted for consideration by the academy.