Rachel Bakam, a Nollywood actress is dead
Rachel Bakam, a Kaduna-born actress and Television presenter, has died.
She reportedly died after a brief sickness at the age of 38.
She died on Tuesday at a private hospital in Abuja and tributes have flooded her social media pages.
Before her death, she was the CEO and Managing Director of Rayzeds Media Ltd, Founder & President of the Nigerian Water Ski And Wakeboard Federation (NWWF).
In reaction to the tragic news, Chocolate City Founder, Audu Maikori wrote:
“The last chat I had with Rachel Bakam was on the 1st of April 2021. She said ‘I just received bad and troubling news, I am speechless’ I asked her what happened- clearly alarmed and she replied ‘it’s April fools day bro! LOL’ and my fear turned into a smile.
“She then proceeded to tell me about her latest fundraising drive to empower Southern Kaduna women in the rural areas by providing seed money and equipment for them.
“We chatted a little more about it and signed off. Little did I know that less than 2 weeks later I would be the one who received the “bad and troubling news” of her death!!
“Rachel was a very inspiring woman, sister and mother- always had a smile, always positive and very very clear about her goals. I met her probably 17 years ago in Kaduna through a mutual friend and later on with her then husband Israel Edjeren. More recently, we were in the same Kaduna Creative group where we mentor, support and share opportunities for empowerment – and she was always very active, passionate about any project concerning Southern Kaduna and Kaduna state as a whole- but with a keen focus on helping the less privileged and the displaced refugees across the country.
“The lady was always so busy I even used to wonder when she ever got to rest with her packed schedule!
“There have been quite a few deaths recently, but this one hit me hard!!! It hit us all very very hard cos we lost a true gem, the space she occupied, not many can fill today because she had a special flair about what she did and that flair was driven by her passion for her people. She will be dearly missed by us all.”
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