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Afeez Owo gets in trouble for posting Orisabunmi’s body


Actor and filmmaker Afeez Owo shared a photo of the body of the late actress Folake Aremu, or Orisabunmi, on social media, which got him into trouble with some of his fans.

Kemi Filani News reported earlier today that 60-year-old Yoruba actress Folake Aremu, popularly known as Orisabunmi, died at 23:00 on Tuesday night after a short illness.


Her death comes four months after the death of ex-husband Jimoh Aliu, better known as Aworo.

President of the Association of Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) Bolaji Amusan, or Mr. Latin, confirmed she passed away Tuesday night.

“It is so sad that we lost a Priceless Jewel, a very rare gem in the Nigerian film industry, Chief Mrs. Folakemi Aremu, or Orisabunmi, last night in the cold hands of death.” he wrote.

Afeez Owo lamented her moments ago on Instagram and shared a photo of her body in a coffin, and many of his followers find it quite offensive.

One Captain Ade wrote: “It’s so wrong to post this kind of photo. Please take it down because it’s not even good for the face. We did not see any of your message on your pages. Please subtract this image and it is humiliating and lets the dead rest. ”

While a Temitope was responding to Captain Ade, he wrote ‘exactly what I said, win dey is a life, they should not post, win dey died dey start doing eye services, stupid industry’

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One Ike wrote “This photo is wrong ooo … the person in the coffin is not orisa bunmi …”

Orisabunmi was born on October 10, 1960 in Kwara State and became popular for her role in the TV series from the 80’s. Arelu with her husband and others like Ojo Arowosafe, popularly known as Fadeyi Oloro, in the lead roles.

Jimoh and Folake Aliu had a rocky marriage and were divorced two decades before Aworo passed away in September 2020.

Although they were no longer a woman, they continued to work together as professionals and friends.


She attended his 85th birthday in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo, on December 19, 2019.

In an interview with PUNCH shortly after Aworo’s death, Orisabunmi said: He was a good man; he was a father to me, not a man. “He was my mentor. After God, he was responsible for my progress.

“I pray the Lord to accept him. May his good works never be wasted! ”

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