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Nigerians are furious with the late actor Baba Suwe’s son for posting photos of his body on social media.

Nigerians have pounced on the son of late Nollywood actor Baba Suwe for filming and uploading his dead father’s body on social media.

Nigerians are furious with the late actor Baba Suwe's son for posting photos of his body on social media.

As previously reported, Baba Suwe died on Monday, November 22nd, following a brief illness, and while his son was mourning him shortly after his death, he uploaded a video of Baba Suwe’s lifeless body.

This did not sit well with well-intentioned Nigerians, who saw his posting of photos of his father’s body on the internet as sacrilegious and dumb.

On his page, Odolaye Aremu wrote:

‘If Baba Suwe’s son is just as stupid as his father in dishonoring his father’s body in this manner, I entreat you, my friends, not to be dafter by assisting him in spreading his social sickness around!
Allow yourself to be the buck stops with you! Allow a limit to your insatiable desire for clicks, likes, clout, and media exposure. Your restraint will demonstrate your affection. Respect the fact that he is no longer alive to show your affection. Remember, he was once a lively human being like the rest of us!
Thank you, and may God continue to bless you.’

Nigerians are furious with the late actor Baba Suwe's son for posting photos of his body on social media.

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In other news, Cris Galera, a top Brazilian model, has ended her marriage to herself in order to get real with life and marry a man who has won her heart.

Cris Galera made news in both traditional and social media in September after having a wedding in which she allegedly married herself by posting images of herself on the day of her wedding in front of a Catholic church in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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