Tuface is one of the hip - hop artists , who is currently making waves in the entertainment industry in Nigeria and abroad . He is a song writer , activists and philanthropists . In the course of his music career , he changed his name from "2face " to " 2Baba " .
August 2017 is the year Nollywood actor Ayo Olaiya would never forget in a hurry. The actor survived a horrible accident that could made him lost his sight. His car was badly damaged. For those who do not know Ayo, he is the son of late octogenarian and enterprising highlife musician, sir Victor Olaiya. Unlike his family who choose acting instead of music. Ayo after the horrible accident.. According to Ayo, he was returning from a movie location when the gory accident took place in an obscure area in Lagos State.
Remember Late Moji Olaiya, Yoruba Actress who Died After Giving Birth? See Recent Photos Of Her Child She Left Behind (PHOTOS). Dying after the child birth is not a very good something as the death will surely affect the child and even the family in many ways, this is the case of this late popular Yoruba actress who died years ago. Moji Olaiya was a popular Yoruba Nollywood actress who has been greatly influential in the movie industry. She was known to be a good actor and a jovial person in the industry. For
Childbirth is one of the most painful, excruciating moment in a woman's life however the joy that follows when the newborn baby is unveiled dwarfs such stress and rigours that comes with childbearing. The Joy of giving birth at times is best imagined however such happiness usually turns to sorrow when the mother of the child loses her life in the process or soon after childbirth. Such occurrences become a tragedy and leave a devastating blow on the families. Imagine going through the stress, pains and rigours
Chief Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye (MFR) known professionally as (King Sunday Ade) is a Nigerian Juju singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Sunday Ade was born in Osogbo on 22 September 1949 to a Nigeria Royal Family from Ondo and Akure, thereby making him an omoba of the Yoruba people.
Relive conversion is a transition of religious affiliation, in the vision of the future and in identity. In turn, the conversion process dialectically defines (and sometimes changes) which entities people migrate to and from.. There are some Nigerians below who for reasons known to them, converted their religion into Islam. 1. Adunni Ade: Adunni Ade is a nollywood actress who was allegedly raised and brought up in a Muslim family but who changed her faith for reasons which she knows profoundly. She once said
On Sunday, May 17th this Year 2020 makes it 3 years the famous Yoruba actress "Moji Olaiya" died in Canada after giving birth to her second daughter. Late Olaiya was said to have passed away in a Canadian hospital at the age of 42 after suffering a heart attack. She was also alleged to have been going in and out of the hospital after childbirth. Moji Olaiya is a late Nigerian actress who starred in different Nollywood films and gained popularity as a very talented actress as well as a beautiful woman. Moji started
Moji Olaiya was a popular Nigerian Actress who was born February 27, 1975. She was the daughter of Victor Olaiya who was an highlife musician. Moji Olaiya began her acting career with Wale Adenuga's production Super Story. She starred in several Nollywood movies of Yoruba and English genres. Olaiya was married to Bayo Okesola then they separated in 2005. She was a mother of two daughters. She died on May 17, 2017, from cardiac arrest in Canada, where she had her second child. She was finally laid to rest according
Kindly click on the FOLLOW botton on your top right corner to get more interesting articles like this. Beautiful, talented and hardworking Nollywood actress Moji Olaiya died at the age of 42 in Canada May 17, 2017 merely two months after the birth of her baby. She was the daughter of highlife musician Victor Olaiya and was born on 27 February 1975. She was married to the businessman, Bayo Okesola but later got divorced due to domestic violence. She began her acting career with Wale Adenuga's production Super
6 Nigerian Celebrities Who Died In The First Half Of 2020 1) Tony Allen: Nigerian veteran drummer Tony Allen who created Afrobeat with Fela is dead, he was Fela Anikulapo Kuti's former drummer, composer and writer. He died in Paris on thursday April 30 2020 at the age of 80. 2) Emelia Dike: Nollywood mourned as actress Emelia Dike slumped and died in Enugu. 3) Victor Olaiya: The Nigerian entertainment industry and music lovers were thrown into a great mourning after the death of Nigerian high life singer Vi
History has shown that black people with lighter skin were treated better. The above popular number from the highlife maestro, Victor Olaiya, gives credence to this fact.the days of slavery, the dark-skinned blacks worked on the fields while light-skinned blacks worked in the houses. Hence, the terms, field Negroes and house Negroes. It got so bad that not only did the slave owners, who were often responsible for the higher shade of brown slaves give lighter-skinned blacks more respect, but so did the dark-skinned
Late Moji Olaiya would have been a Year Older Today, See Pictures of Her first born who is now older
The death of Moji Olaiya is still very fresh in the minds of friends, Family and Lovers of Nollywood industry.This is because of the kind of person she was.
Religion is something we should pay attention to and never start with one then onto the next on the grounds that you're not fulfilled about their methods of love or the individual they're worshipping. Well alot of individuals have changed over from Islamic to Christianity and Christianity to Islamic in light of the fact that they were not fulfilled or possibly tired out on the manner in which they love God. So a portion of this individuals who have changed over from various religion to others includes Nollywood
1) Sweet Mother by Prince Nico Mbarga 2) Sawale by Cardinal Rex Jim Lawson 3) Baby Jowo by Dr Victor Olaiya 4) Love Adure by Cardinal Rex Jim Lawson 5) Erora Feso Jaiye by I.K. Dairo 6) Mo Sorire by I.K. Dairo 7) Salome by I.K. Dairo 8 ) Omo Laso by Odus And His Morning Star Orchestra 9) Joromi by Sir Victor Uwaifo 10) Guitar Boy by Sir Victor Uwaifo 11) Ketekete (The Donkey, The Man And His Son) by Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey 12) Board Members by Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey 13) Oni Dodo Oni Moin Moin by
Over the years,Nigerian Entertainment Industry has thrived all over Africa and now to the rest of the world,a beautiful thing every Nigerian entertainer contributed to,let's give ourselves some accolades. But when it comes to music in Nigeria,The Yoruba land is a strong pillar as it has produced amazing talents. The Yoruba tribe is blessed in numerous ways when it comes to the entertainment industry. Taking a look at the beginning,the likes of Late Fela Kuti,Shina Peters,Late Majek Fashek,King Sunny Ade,Dr
Moji Olaiya was a popular Yoruba Nollywood actress who has been greatly influential in the movie industry.She was known to be a good actor, brand ambassador and a jovial person in the industry.
Remembering the highlife music legend who died in 2020 Victor Abimbola Olaiya (OON) was born on 31 December 1930 and died on 12 February 2020. He died at 89 years. Victor Olaiya, is a music legend that created Nigeria’s highlife music and influenced a generation of musicians including Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. He was born to Yoruba parents and had an early start in music. His father was a church organist and his mother a folk singer from the western city of Oyo. As a teenager, though, he was taught Western classical
The Nigerian legendary star Innocent '2Face' Idibia turns 45 today. The Nigerian star who has been in the limelight of Nigeria Music industry have been an icon and will still remain an icon in the industry and world at large. He is been known for his hit music "African Queen" which has many recognitions in the music industry and world at large. 2Face is a loving husband and father to his wonderful children and wife Annie Idibia who is an actress in the Nollywood. They got married sometime ago in Dubai and have
Victor Abimbola Olaiya was born on 31st December,1930 in Calabar, Cross Rivers State. He was a trumpeter. He was famous in the 1950s and 60s. His parents Alfred Omolona Olaiya and Bathsheba Owolabi Motajo were rich. Olaiya hailed from Ijesha-Eshu in Ekiti state. Educational Background Victor Olaiya moved to Lagos after obtaining his First School Leaving Certificate. In 1951, he obtained his Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSCE). Olaiya got admission to study civil engineering in Howard University, United
Photos of 5 Nollywood Celebrities Who Almost Lost Their Sight In this article, here are Nollywood celebrities below who almost lost their sight Adekunle Ayanfe In 2018 Adekunle Ayanfe also known as Monsuru was rumored death after a ghastly accident. Monsuru survived the accident but nearly lose one eye Mike Ezuruonye Nollywood actor, Mike went for a surgery in 2017 due to growth on his eye. According to him, the growth in his eye was as a result of excess amount of light rays he had contact with and years he