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7 things you should know about the Abimbola Aishat late Yoruba actress ( Omoge Campus)

7 things you should know about the late Yoruba actress

AishaAbimbola, apopular Yorubaactress, hasdiedin Canada afterabattle with cancer. Hereare 7thingsyou shouldknowabouther.
Aisha Abimbola, a popular Yoruba actress popular for her role in "Omoge Campus," has passedaway. »
Theactress diedin Canadaafter a battle with breast cancer. Pulse Movies has put together seven things you should know about the late actress.
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1. Howshe became anactor
Abimbola was rounding off her HND programme at LASPOTECH when Wale Adenuga Productions came toshoot inher school.
The director, Antar Laniyan - who eventually became her mentor - was waiting for a cast memberwhenAmbibola walkedup to him to ask for a role in the movie.
Laniyanoffered herthe role of the absent actress, kicking off Abimbola's acting career.
However, the movie "Omoge Campus" - a film by Bola Igida -shot herinto limelight in 2001

2. Educationbackground
Abimbola was agraduate of Lagos State Polytechnic where she studied Catering and Hotel Management.

3. Abimbola was born a Muslim
Abimbola was born into a Muslim family. However, she converted to Christianity after she had certain convictions within her.
She once mentioned during an interview with New Telegraph that if she had not gone into acting, she would have become a pastor.
4. Awards

In 2015, Abimbola beat Faithia Balogun, Dayo Amusa, Mercy Aigbe and Iyabo Ojo to win the City People Entertainment Award for Yoruba MoviePersonality of the Year.
5. Filmograpy

Abimbola featured in indigenous and non-indigenous productions such as "No Pain, No Gain," "Awerijaye," "So Wrong So Right," "Omoge Campus," "Kamson and Neighbours" among others.
She madeher debut as a producer with the 2016 movie "T’omi T’eje," which she premiered  » in Atlanta, with music performance by King Rokan. The movie was based on a true life story which she heard about during her Youth Service year in 2002.

6. Aisha Abimbola almost featured in an Amaka Igwe production
The deceased was once in talks with the late filmmaker Amaka Igwe to feature in one of her TV series.
"But the terms and conditions were not favourableforboth ofus sowe couldn’t work together," Abimbola said in an interview with The Nation.
7. Personal Life
Before her death, Aisha Abimbola was formerly married to a colleague, Victor Ibrahim. She was a proud mother of two kids.
May her soul rest in peace.

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