Veteran Kannywood Actress, Saratu Gidado Dies While Fasting

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Saratu Gidado, also known as Daso, a popular actress in Kannywood, has passed away.

It is with great sadness that her relatives confirmed the news to Freedom Radio on Tuesday. She was found deceased early in the morning.

Saratu Gidado, who was observing the Ramadan fast, had returned to bed after the pre-dawn meal, Sahur, but was later discovered lifeless.

Her sudden death at the age of 56 has deeply saddened the film community and her fans. Born on January 17, 1968, in Kano, Saratu Gidado made a name for herself in Kannywood with her unique portrayal of comical yet aggressive and mischievous characters, endearing herself to many movie enthusiasts.

Her career spanned over two decades, starting with her role in the 2000 movie “Linzami Da Wuta,” produced by Sarauniya Movies.

Saratu Gidado’s exceptional performances in films like “Nagari,” “Gidauniya,” “Mashi,” and “Sansani” solidified her status as an iconic figure in the industry. Her acting skills and ability to bring characters to life made her a household name in the northern film industry.

The entertainment community and fans are anxiously awaiting the announcement of her burial arrangements as they come to terms with the loss of a talented individual who brought laughter and entertainment to many.

Saratu Gidado

Meanwhile, Baba Tee, the popular actor and comedian also known as Babatunde Bernard Tayo, recently offered his perspective on paternity fraud in Nigeria.

Amidst the ongoing discussions surrounding the importance of DNA tests, Baba Tee’s viewpoints bring attention to this delicate matter. During a recent interview with TVC, Baba Tee pointed out various factors that contribute to the prevalence of paternity fraud in the nation.

One of the factors he specifically highlighted was the impact of upbringing and lack of sexual satisfaction. Nevertheless, he stressed that regardless of these factors, the responsibility for paternity fraud ultimately lies with the woman.

Baba Tee asserted that men should not be blamed, even if their actions may have influenced a woman’s behavior.

He refuted the idea that domestic violence or infidelity by spouses could justify paternity fraud. Instead, he encouraged women to prioritize their own well-being and consider leaving marriages where they face mistreatment or infidelity.

Additionally, he adopted a compassionate approach by stating that he would be willing to accept a child who is not biologically his if his partner expressed regret for being unfaithful.

In his words:

Women can’t use domestic violence or infidelity on the part of their spouses as an excuse for paternity fraud. If a man is not treating you well, walk out of the marriage.

“When it comes to paternity fraud, the woman is always at fault. You can’t shift the blame to the man because men don’t conceive. As a woman, if you know you can’t tolerate your husband’s maltreatment or infidelity, leave the marriage.

“Personally, there is nothing I can’t keep for a woman who is good to me. If a woman cheats on me and a child comes out of it and I find out, I will forgive her if she is remorseful. I will take the child as my own.”

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