Recent photos on social media has got netizens talking about Mr Ibu. with already slight Pot belly, the size of his stomach has graduated from primary to tertiary. continue reading to enjoy this gossip
Comic actor Mr. Ibu has left his fans scared to the marrow following a picture that has since gone viral on social media. At this point, they are understandably scared for his life.
In the photo, the actor looks not only bloated but essentially like someone pregnant with triplets. His stomach has become way too big and this often comes with lots of complicated heart problems. It is simply unhealthy.
We obviously are not the only ones who think he ought to do something about the way his stomach has become.
that there are many reasons why people gain belly fat including poor diet lack of exercise and stress.
it is said that having a large amount of belly fat increases the risk of cardiovascular disease insulin resistance, diabetes and a host of life-threatening illnesses. Born on the 17 of October 1961 and from a family of eight children, he was raised in a cool village in Enugu state.
he had his Primary School education and went to Delta state secondary school then to Institute of management technology in Enugu where he studied mass communication, John Okafor has mentored many upcoming actors in the industry and has been responsible for the success of some of the big names in Nollywood today.
he appears on the list of the 10 wealthiest actors in Nollywood film industry his attitude and interpretation of movie have created a massive demand for the actor.
that he has gone beyond the borders to work in international movies like made in America which is a Hollywood and Nollywood joint project the actor is also a musician.
John Ikechukwu Okafor, popularly known as Mr. Ibu, is a Nigerian actor and comedian. Okafor is considered to be one of Nigeria’s most talented comic characters. His humorous acting is often characterized by stupidity, hilarious imbecility and a sharp disconnection from reality.
He hails from Nkanu West L.G., Enugu State. After elementary school, in 1974, Okafor moved to Sapele to stay with his brother, after his father’s demise. In Sapele, he did menial jobs so he could sponsor himself to school and support his family. He then worked as a hairstylist, ventured into photography and also worked in a company that produces crates. After secondary school, he was admitted into the College of Education, Yola, but pulled out due to financial difficulties. He later enrolled in the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT) as soon as he was financially able to.
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