NIGERIA NEWS has the brief history of the dead Nollywood delectable actress, Abimbola Aisha, here we are listing 11 things you might not know about her and you wish to know, her early days, her youth days, and how she died, children, husband and family she left behind after her dead today
Aisha Abimbola Age:
Aisha Abimbola is exactly 46 years old, and unfortunately, she died too young she was born on December 19th. Aisha was born in Epe in Lagos State
2. Aisha Abimbola Ibrahim Husband:
NIGERIA NEWS was married to Ibrahim who is also into movie making
3. Aisha Abimbola School
She studies Hostel management at the Lagos Polytechnic
4. Aisha Occupation
She is a popular film maker in the Nollywood Yoruba genre, she is a popular face tv series also, especially Papa Ajasco.
5? When Does Aisha Abimbola Became Popular
She shot into limelight after featuring in a popular movie ” Omoge Campus”
6. Aisha Abimbola Children?
She is a proud mother of two beautiful children. Her children are not really exposed to social media, so have little to say about them.
7. Aisha Abimbola Networth:
Her network is not being tracked by Forbes, so we do not have enough info to estimate her income
8. Other Jobs Apart From Acting For Aisha Abimbola?
Not that we at NIGERIA NEWS know of.
9. Aisha Abimbola other names?
Some people referred to her as Aisha Abimbola, other like calling her Abimbola Balogun, Some are more familiar with Aisha Abimbola Ibrahim, Abimbola Victor. But her most popular name is Omoge Campus, a name derived from her role in Omoge Campus movie
10 Aisha Abimbola Religion
She used to be a muslim before converting to Christianity, we think she converted after marrying her colleague in the movie industry, Victor Ibrahim
11. Aisha Abimbola Ibrahim Movies.
Some of the Nollywood films Aisha Ibrahim has performed in are:
- “No Pain, No Gain,”
- “So Wrong So Right,”
- “Omoge Campus,”
- “Kamson and Neighbours”
Aisha Abimbola Recent Interview.
The recent interview she responded was with Nigerian Newspapers Punch where she talks about many things about her and vision for the movie industry. The interview can be traced to December 4, 2016.
I am from Lagos State. My siblings and I were brought up in Isale Eko, where we lived with my father. My mum passed away when I was really young, so I basically became the mother of the house. I became responsible for the upkeep of my siblings and father. I did the cooking and was saddled with the responsibility of taking my brothers to school. Till date, I still care for my siblings and parent and I am protective of them. My brothers often have to remind me that they have come of age.
I studied Catering and Hotel Management at the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu.
I believe I was destined to become an actress because I never planned to become one. It happened that while I was still a student at the Lagos State Polytechnic, popular actor and director, Antar Laniyan, and some other actors, came to shoot a movie scene on campus. I recollect that it was a Wale Adenuga production. I walked up to him and told him I was interested in becoming an actor and the rest is now history.
I started with Papa Ajasco by Wale Adenuga Productions. In addition, I featured in So Wrong, So Wright, This Life, The Valley Between, and some others. I also produced my own movie titled T’omi T’eje, which was inspired by my National Youth Service Corps experience. For one reason or the other, some corps members, who enlisted for the scheme at the same time that I did, were unable to complete the programme. The essence of the movie that I produced was to draw attention to some of the challenges corps members face during their service year.
Even though I am usually given scripts where I have to play tough roles, I’m a versatile actress and can fit into any character. I love roles that challenge me. However, I’m an advocate of decency, and there are things that I just can’t do. There was a time my child confronted me for smoking in a movie. It happened that way because I usually tell them that cigarettes are bad for the health. It was a herculean task explaining that I had to smoke because my character in that particular movie necessitated that I smoked.
There’s tribalism in the industry. Most Igbo producers are more comfortable working with their Igbo folks. It is even the Yoruba actors that go after Igbos as long as the person can interpret the role.
I would absolutely love to feature in a Hollywood production. If the script contains nudity, there are stunt-doubles who play such roles. I don’t have to strip; you’d just see my face, but someone else would be naked.
Because my mother died when I was a little girl, I make sure that I discuss with my children all of the time. I also encourage them to see me as a friend because my mum was quite strict.
I’ve never been a controversial person. I watch what I do, where I go and who I associate with.
Some fans find it difficult to differentiate between you and the roles you play in movies. That is one of the challenges I face as an actress and it is a major one. Some people come up to me to say, “You’re too wicked. What you did is not good.” Some also behave in an unfriendly manner whenever we meet.
Style to me means looking good without going nude, and I also love shoes
What Killed Aisha Ibrahim Abimbola
Her death was caused by cancer and she finally submitted to the cold blood of death in a Canadian hospital today being 16th of May, 2018