Funke Akindele shares new photos after receiving criticism for her absence at father's burial

Funke Akindele shares new photos after receiving criticism for her absence at father's burial

- Actress Funke Akindele has shared beautiful photos of herself having fun in Dubai

- The actress was spotted in the photos with friend and colleague, Eniola Badmus

- Akindele shared the photos after she was criticised for not being present at her father's burial

Nollywood actress Funke AKindele has taken to social media to share beautiful photos of a moment of fun during her vacation in Dubai. The actress was seen in the photos with her friend and fellow actress, Eniola Badmus.

In the Instagram post with the photos, the actress revealed that she and Badmus would be releasing a sequel to their old movie Omo Ghetto.

The actress shared the photos from Dubai after a bishop of Methodist Church Nigeria, Reverend Samson Osundina, criticised her for being absent at her father's burial.

There was an earlier report that the actress had announced the death of her father on Instagram, noting that she tried for her dad.

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According to Kemi Filani News, the bishop, who delivered the sermon at Akindele's father's burial, criticised the children that failed to attend the burial.

During his sermon, the bishop thanked the kids for taking care of their father during the time he was ill. However, he noted that paying last respect is very important for the children.

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The bishop advised the children to retrace their steps and find a way to make amends. He also suspended the outing and thanksgiving service until the children of the deceased show up to pay their respects.

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In other news, Ghanaian celebrity tailor, Elikem Kumordzie has finally confessed to sleeping with older women, as had been rumoured for many years.

According to Elikem, he preferred older women to the young ones because the former are neater.

He made this revelation in an interview with Joselyn Dumas on her “Keeping it real” show.

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