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Burial dates for James Uche and Olumide Bakare announced

Burial dates for James Uche and Olumide Bakare announced

- The deaths of veteran actors James Uche and Olumide Bakare is still fresh in the memories of Nigerians

- Since they passed on, many have wondered when they would be buried

- The date of their burial ceremonies have been announced

The day the burial ceremonies of veteran actors Olumide Bakare and James Uche will hold has been announced to the general public.

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James Uche died on March 8th, 2017 after a long diabetes, blindness, high blood pressure and kidney disease and according to Nollywood producer, Emeka Torino Ojukwu who is a member of his burial planning committee; he will be buried on June 9, at his hometown in Item, Bende Local government area of Abia state. Also, a service of songs will be held on June 8.

Burial dates for James Uche and Olumide Bakare announced

Late actor James Uche

NAIJ.com also gathered that Prince Uche’s family has not been able to access his account where donations were made before he died because the actor died without a will but efforts are now being made to get an order from a High Court in Lagos so they can access his account.

Olumide Bakare on the other hand will be buried on May 26 but before then, a service of songs will be held in his honor on May 25.

Burial dates for James Uche and Olumide Bakare announced

Actor Olumide Bakare's burial poster

Adeshina Adesanya aka Pastor Ajidara will also be buried on Friday, May 26th 2017.

Burial dates for James Uche and Olumide Bakare announced

May their souls continue to rest in perfect peace, amen.

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