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16 Jan 2021
The remains of the late veteran actress Folake Aremu aka Orisabunmi will be laid to rest in her hometown Olla in Kwara State, on Monday January 28. The fiery screen goddess who rode into prominence
9 Jan 2021
Nollywood has lost yet another gem as a veteran actor, Jim Lawson Maduike is reportedly dead. The Imo-born thespian died today, January 9 after reportedly complaining of body pains at around 12 pm. Before his death, Maduike was a famous Nollywood actor, radio broadcaster, writer, voice-over artist, filmmaker and a television personality. He joined the…
9 Jan 2021
The stage and movie industry in Nigeria was thrown into deep mourning on Wednesday with the news that the iconic actress, Folake Aremu, who is popular as Orisabunmi, had passed on.
6 Jan 2021
The Nigerian film industry has lost another veteran Yoruba actor, Folake Aremu, popularly known as Orisabunmi. She died at the age of 60. The Kwara born actress dies four months after the death of her ex-husband, Jimoh Aliu, who was popularly known as Aworo. President of the Theatre Arts And Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of…

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The Lagos State High Court has declared that it is unconstitutional for Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) to impose fines on motorists suspected to have committed traffic offenses without a court order. The judge Justice Olalekan Oresanya made the declaration while delivering judgment in a suit filed by a motorist, Lawal Aliyu against LASTMA,…