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Beautiful Pictures Of Late Comedian, Moses Olaiya Alias Baba Sala And His Wives.

Late comedian,Moses Olaiya Adejumo popularly known as Baba Sala was one of the pioneers of modern comedy in Nigeria.He set the pace in which new comedy acts are trending today. The comic merchant,born on the 18th of May,1936 in Ilesha,Osun state, Southwest, Nigeria started came into the entertainment industry as a highlife musicians,he mentored and tutored great juju musician like King Sunny Ade. He later branched into comedy(acting) and acted alongside late dramatists like Kola Ogunmola,Oyin Adejobi,Duro L

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Beautiful Pictures Of Late Comedian, Moses Olaiya Alias Baba Sala And His Wives.

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6 Veterans' Death in 2 Years: Nigeria's Yoruba Movie Industry Needs Prayer

The Yoruba sector of the Nigerian movie industry was recently thrown into a deep mourning once again. As the popular veteran actor Kayode Odumosu aka Pa Kasumu joined many of his colleagues who had passed away. Pa Kasumu reportedly died Sunday 1st March, 2020, after some months of battle with stroke. He was age 67. He was one of the multitalented and early starter actors who had really shaped the Nollywood industry. Having started his acting career at age 15. Pa Kasumu will be remembered for his roles in ep

  1 year ago ago
6 Veterans' Death in 2 Years: Nigeria's Yoruba Movie Industry Needs Prayer

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Meet Late Moses Olaiya Son, Emmanuel Adejumo Who Is Also A Comedian

Moses Olaiya (18 May 1936 – 7 October 2018), better known by his stage name " Baba Sala ", was a Nigerian comedian, dramatist and actor. Born Moses Olaiya Adejumo 18 May 1936 Ilesha , Osun State, Nigeria Died 7 October 2018 (aged 82) Ilesha, Osun State, Nigeria Other names Baba Sala Olaiya worked as a health inspector for the Lagos City Council but as young man with interest in entertainment, he formed musical group, the Federal Rhythm Dandies which had a young Sunny Ade as a member. The group played briefly

  1 year ago ago
Meet Late Moses Olaiya Son, Emmanuel Adejumo Who Is Also A Comedian

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Veteran Actor 'Baba Sala', The Father Of Yoruba Comedy Still The Greatest Of All Time

Moses Olaiya Adejumo popularly known as Baba Sala was born on May 18, 1936 and he died on October 7, 2018. He was a Yoruba Nollywood veteran actor regarded as the Father of Yoruba Comedy. Baba Sala hailed from Ilesha, Osun state. He acted during time of Yoruba legend actors such as Hubert Ogunde, Duro Ladipo, Kola Ogunmola and Oyin Adejobi. Watching Baba Sala's comedy films was the delight of most Yoruba speaking Nigerians during his time. He was popular in the 1960s to 90s. Moses Olaiya Adejumo also known

  1 year ago ago
Veteran Actor 'Baba Sala', The Father Of Yoruba Comedy Still The Greatest Of All Time

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Sad! Remembering 5 Nollywood Comedians that we Still Miss

Adding spice, fun and laughter to movie scenes have a way of taking off stress and worries from Nigerians; and Nigerian comic actors have proven themselves up to the task. Nigeria have over the years produced comedians, who are so talented that they can make our stomach twist in nots because of laughter and who we can never forget. Many of these powerful comedians are not alive again, some are still alive. But in this article we want to remember some great comedians of the past 30 years, who are not with us

  1 year ago ago
Sad! Remembering 5 Nollywood Comedians that we Still Miss

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Tribute to Baba Sala the Father of Yoruba Comedy. You will forever remain in our hearts

Moses Olaiya Adejumo prominently known as Baba Sala was conceived on May 18, 1936 and he passed on October 7, 2018. He was a Yoruba Nollywood veteran entertainer viewed as the Father of Yoruba Comedy.  Baba Sala hailed from Ilesha, Osun state. He acted during time of Yoruba legend on-screen characters, for example, Hubert Ogunde, Duro Ladipo, Kola Ogunmola and Oyin Adejobi.  Watching Baba Sala's satire films was the enjoyment of most Yoruba speaking Nigerians during his time. He was mainstream during the

  1 year ago ago
Tribute to Baba Sala the Father of Yoruba Comedy. You will forever remain in our hearts