Strange Information About the Death Of A Nollywood Actor Revealed

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Recently, the news on the death of a popular Nollywood actor, hit us hard

The Yoruba Nollywood actor, Olurotimi Isaiah Ayinde popularly known as Abu Olododo who was announced dead yesterday just about 48 hours after the death af veteran actor, Cheif Adebayo Faleti, died in a more mysteriously that can be imagined.

Another actor, Waheed Ijaduade was the herald that announced his death via Facebook page yesterday morning saying his death was a mystery.

Abu Olododo was said to have died in a ‘sitting position’ while the co-tenants of the deceased forced his door opened in the morning of Monday, Ijaduade reported to PUNCH.

“We chatted for a while on that night. He even asked me about the outcome of a summit that I attended in Lagos. We talked about other things and we agreed to meet on Monday or Tuesday before I went to bed. I went to his residence to see him the following day (Monday) as agreed only to learn that he was dead.”

“He never told me that he was sick. He appeared to be quite healthy when I spoke with him on the phone. His death remains a mystery to me,” Ijaduade corroborated.

Abu Olododo was the first continuity manager in production in Ogun State. He died at the age of 51, leaving a wife and four children behind.


Source: Yabaleftonline

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