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Do You Still Remember Foluke Daramola ? See Lovely Photos Of Her And Her Children

Foluke Daramola Salako who's popularly known as Foluke Daramola is a renowned actress in the Nollywood Industry. She joined the Nollywood Industry in 1998 and made her debut in TV series, Palace.

Since then, she has featured in several other English and Yoruba Movies. Foluke is the founder of Action Against Rape Initiative In Africa, which is a movement that seek to curb rape in Africa and bring the perpetrators to book. Sometimes in 2016, she revealed that she was once a victim of Rape at a teenage age.

Foluke was born on the 15th of February in the 1970s. She attended Obafemi Awolowo University where she obtained a bachelor's degree in Theater Arts. She's happily married to Olukayode Salako, a public affairs analyst and their union is blessed with two children.

Her first child and daughter, Ibukunoluwa hosted a reality show together with her team at age 11. She was said to be the youngest TV Host in Africa. And her show was about gathering information about the Yoruba culture and bringing out the uniqueness in it.

Foluke loves to travel with her children and have fun. Some years ago, she said she has stopped beating her children because she realized that it makes them get tougher and start to hide things from her. She doesn't want that, so when they offend her, she sit them down and advise them.

Foluke also told parents to learnt to apologise to their children whenever they offend them. Her children are now grown up and matured. She took to her Instagram handle some weeks ago to express surprise at her children's fast growth.

On her post, she said; "Just wondering how kids grow so fast. Just now now my babies are all grown o". Some weeks ago, the actress opened her Bar and Restaurant which is located in Iju Ishaga, Lagos State. She's currently active in the Yoruba Movie Industry.

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