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Olusegun Akinremi

31 Aug 2020
Veteran Yoruba actor Olusegun Akinremi, popularly known as, "Chief Kanran" is seeking financial assistance following the loss of his house and properties. Kanran, in an interview with a radio talk show host, Kola Olootu of Lagelu FM 96.7, Ibadan, revealed that he is homeless after he lost his house and film equipment in a fire…

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