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Veteran Actor, Lizzy Ovueme, reacts to death rumour

By TVC News Nigeria
07 November 2019   |   3:04 pm
Lizzy Ovueme, popularly known as Ovuleria, is reacting to the rumour of her death. The media across traditional and social were awash with the story on Wednesday. Ovuleria was the wife of Chief Zebrudaya in rested tv series, New Masquerade. TVC News tracked the veteran actor to her home in Port Harcourt.

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