“Life is too short, have a conscience” Patience Ozokwo issues strong warning as she threatens lawsuit

Veteran Nollywood actress Patience Ozokwo, popularly known as Mama G has issued a strong warning to disclaim the fake news spreading about involvement with a deliverance story.

She warned against saying what she never said or what never happened. Mama G warned those spreading fake news just to earn views for their platforms.

Patience Ozokwo slammed the conscienceless netizens for not verifying the information or speaking to her before publicizing such information.

She vowed that those responsible for spreading such information about her will be prosecuted

“Don’t say I said, saw, did what never happened

Don’t carry fake news just to get views

Have a conscience

Life is too short

Live it well


I have nothing to do with any deliverance story going around social media. Those responsible will face prosecution.

If you don’t see it on my verified platforms or hear it from me, then it is probably a lie.” Patience Ozokwo wrote on Instagram.

Kemi Filani recalls that Patience Ozokwo penned a heartfelt note to her children when she celebrated her Lifetime Achievement Award.

The veteran received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2023 9th edition of the AMVCA.

In a lengthy Instagram post, Patience Ozokwo noted how there was no social media and present-day luxury when she began her acting career and the progress was completely dependent on her talent, humility, word of mouth, and trust.

Expressing gratitude to her colleagues, she appreciated them for working tirelessly and often without recognition.

She also appreciated her family for surrounding her with love and acceptance.

Patience Ozokwo recounted how her children sacrificed a lot and stayed without a mother while she was filming.

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