•As IBADAN Based Veteran Actors Storm Event
The city of Ibadan stood still last week Tuesday 13th November when the management of City People Magazine stormed Ibadan to celebrate about 50 Actors, Actresses, Producers, Directors, Crew members. The veteran actors were not left out as Yinka Ayefele’s Music House accommodated guests.
The venue was made all the more colourful as the Chairman of the occasion, Oloye Lekan Alabi stormed the event with his richly embroidered indigenous red ofi Agbada with a working stick to match. The special guest of honour was Princess Omobolanle Ashabi Sarumi-Aliyu. The National Interest Party governorship candidate for Oyo State. She looked sweet in her outfit Arewa Princess Sade Adeyemi, the daughter of the Alaafin of Oyo was there. Ace broadcaster, Yemi Sonde attended so also Alariwo of Africa. Both Oloye Alabi and Princess Bolanle Sarumi-Aliyu commended City People for the initiative and also praised both the veterans and the stars who were being celebrated.
Oloye Alabi urged all the actors and actresses to keep the flag flying urging the government to provide the enabling environment for the actors to thrive. He told the Theatre practitioners that talent alone is not enough. He said they must aspire to go to school and for those who are educated they should update their skills. The governorship candidate of NIP told all the ators and actresses gathered that if voted in 2019 she will celebrate those in the sector more.” Once I’m the Governor of Oyo State I will promote what City People is doing for the actors and actresses so they can be empowered more. They deserve more from the government”, she says. Those honoured include the following: Rose Odika the Governor of OYO State Chapter of TAMPAN, Adewale Taofeek (Digboluja), Sola Poopola, Dolapo Taiwo (Ejide Alakara), Victor Ajibola (Omo Local), John Odika (Omo Ogunpopo), Tamilore-Martins, Bose Odongboro (Iya-Oyo), Wale Okunnu (Alh. Wale Akin), Biola Fowosere (Omidan Asa), Tunde Ola Yusuf, Tunde Ayoola, Bayonle Omotosho, Ismail Camala, Ayanfe Adekunle (Monsuru), Sulaiman Odebunmi, Niyi Akinsola, Omobolaji Asiwaju, Wale Rasak, Adebayo Jelili, Olayiwola Morufu, Aderupoko (Mr. Kayode Olaiya), Ogun Majek (Alhaji Gbolagade Akinpelu), Muyiwa Adegoke (Londoner), Babatunde Bangbode (Fokoko), Ayoola Olabiyi, Yomi Duro-Ladipo, Bimbo Oshin, Folake Aremu, Samson Etuwole, Oyewole Feso, Niyi Adedayo, Dele Odule, Alhaji Ayobami Olabiyi, Muyiwa Ademola, Ayo Ogunsina (Papalolo), Mistura Asunmo (Iya 2d), Peju Ogunmola, Moji Afolayan, Rasak Olayiwola, Moji Afolayan, Eunice Bello.
Theguests included the following OYO TAMPAN Deputy Governor Taofeek Adewale,Babatunde Bangbode-Elder), Toyosi Arigbabowo, Tafa Oloyede, Alhaji AbsalamIsiaq Ilori, Muyiwa Adegoke, Samson Eturoye, Mistura Asunmi, OladapoFunmilola-Olusan, Bose Lamidi (Chairperson, Tampan Ona-Ara), Yetunde Ajala (PROOna-Ara TANPAN), Niyi Adedayo, Babatunde Bamgbose (Fokoko), Toyosi Arigbabuwo,Prince Muyiwa Adegoke (Londoner), Chief Samson Euwole, Mama Mistura Asunmo,Taofeek Adewale Digboliya (Deputy Governor, Oyo State Chapter of TAMPAN,Oladapo Funmilola-Olusan, Bose Lamidi, Mosudi Aminu, Bola Sarumi Aliyu, OmolaraAdebayo, Abosede Abiola. I, Gbemisola Abodunrin, Gbolagade Akinpelu, ComradeAkinsola O. Niyi, Adigun Fatai-Ademola, Majekodunmi Tope, Shola Oshinowo, YomiDuro Ladipo, Sunday Adeniyi, Majekodunmi Tope, Yomi duro Ladipo, OmotoyosiJesuleye, Ajibola Oludotun, Wunmi Bello, Akinpeku-Abidemi, Alli Kazeem, ShadeOlatunji, Egbeyale I Samuel, Biodun Latinwo Elewi, Oludare Olakitan, PonleBayo, Olanipe Lacheous, Awoniyi John, Princess Folashade Arewa, AdewaleAdebayo, Mercy Adebayo, Wale Rasaki, Ayobami Rasaq, Folasayo Bello, SulaimonOdebunmi, Taofeek Adewale, Ajayi Olufunke, Bose Odogboro (Iya Oyo), JayeobaFatimat, Mimiola Omobola, Ganiyu Sarafa Adewale, Akintude Sunday, BukolaAdegbola, Saheed Yemi Yusuf, Rukayat-Ibrahim, Adebisi Ibrahim, Iwolode SaheedAbiodun, Tunrayo Adebayo, Abdulahi Tajudeen Olalekan, Olubajo Ajibola Racheal,Oladejo Bisola, Alaba Ituen, Dolapo Taiwo, Fatai-Folarin, AlimiOlawunmi-Yussuf.
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