Veteran yoruba actress Orisabunmi dies at 60
Famous Yoruba entertainer, Mrs Folake Aremu, prominently known as Orisabunmi is dead.
The veteran entertainer, a local of Olla in Kwara State, kicked the bucket at age 60 at her home in Ibadan, Oyo State. She was said to have passed on after a concise ailment.
Brought into the world on October 10, 1960, in Ilu Ola, Kwara State, Orisabunmi went to Ilu Ola Primary School and Secondary Commercial College.
Sovereign Jide Kosoko, who affirmed her demise to The PUNCH on Wednesday, communicated melancholy and petitioned God for the rest of her spirit.
Kosoko, who depicted her passing as a horrible hit to the Nigerian theater industry, likewise appealed to God for God to comfort her relatives and her friends and family.
He stated, "Presumably, Folake was a pure blood entertainer. She was an amazon in the business and we regarded and esteemed her for her commitment. She gave her everything to her profession and she was perceived for her value."
The President of the Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria, Bolaji Amusan, prominently called Baba Latin, said Orisabunmi passed on late Tuesday night.
Her passing came a long time after the destruction of her previous spouse, Jimoh Aliu, famously called Aworo, under whose tutelage she rose to conspicuousness in the entertainment world.
Aremu was notable since the 80s for her jobs as a priestess, radical and the great witch in motion pictures.