Popular Nollywood Movie Producer, Moses Ebere is Dead

Not too good news for fans and followers of the Nollywood industry as a legend departs home after building a formidable legacy in the Nigeria movie industry.

Moses Ebere the popular Nigerian filmmaker famously known for his famous editor in the 90s with a wide variety of projects which includes
Living in Bondage and Nigerias longest TV series Ripples.

According to reports surfacing the net, The Abia-state born talent was reported dead on Tuesday which actually happens to be the 22nd day of march in this present year from a yet to be confirmed ailment.

Confirming the tragic passing on of the Nollywood living legend in the early hours of today, film director Amayo Uzo Philips making use of his social media platform via Facebook confirmed the death of his brother and colleague in the industry Moses Ebere.

He posted on his timeline “Heard a very bad news about Moses Ebere, one of the oldest Nollywood veteran directors. Met him in the ’80s as a powerful editor and that was before the coming of Nollywood,” he stated.

“Spoke with him regularly recently because he was planning to come shoot in my state and I was helping him with an epic location.

“This night one of our writer friend called me to say that Moses has passed on today.”

According to the record’s, he was birthed birthed in Isiala Ngwa, Abia state, and begun his journey in the Nigeria movie industry as a film editor working on most Nollywood successful projects which includes ‘Living in Bondage’ and ‘Glamour Girls’.

Securing his bachelor degree at the prestigious University of Benin, he is famously known for editing Nigeria’s longest television series ‘Ripples’, produced by Zeb Ejiro.

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