Untold story of how Aisha Abimbola died in Canada,Colleagues React

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Untold story of how Aisha Abimbola died in Canada, Colleagues Reaction

Nollywood was greeted with shock, in the early hours of Wednesday, May 16, with the sudden demise of popular cross over actress, Aisha Abimbola, popular for her role in the “Omoge Campus”.

According to findings by bestofnollywood.tv , Aisha’s soul took flight from the terrestrial at 3am, Canadian time, on May 15. The versatile actress is reported to have privately battled Cancer of the Brest for a long time.

Her death was confirmed by fellow actress, Bisola Badmus Adunni, on her Instagram page.

Aisha Abimbola & Moji Olaiya the bond.
Not many knew Moji Olaiya was Aisha Abimbola’s godmother in the movie industry. Late Moji Olaiya introduced Aisha to the movie industry; she took Aisha by the hands. Amazingly, Moji passed on May 17, 2017, and just exactly one year later, Aisha has also passed.
How Lola Alao has been there for her.
Not many people are there for you when you need them. But that has not been the case of fellow star actress, Lola Alao, bestofnollywood.tv gathered that the light skinned actress has been of immense support all through Aisha’s battle with the cancer that took her life.

Aisha Abimbola’s acting career

Abimbola shot into limelight with her role in the Bola Igida movie, “Omoge Campus.” Her sophmore movie was Eje Adegbenro,” a film produced by Jide Kosoko.
She was also popular for her roles in Papa Ajasco, “No Pain, No Gain,” “Awerijaye,” “So Wrong So Right”
and “T’omi T’eje.” »
She was also a recipient of the City People Entertainment Award for Yoruba Movie Personality of the Year.

Ambimbola got married to her husband Victor Ibrahim in February 2005, and was a proud mother of two beautiful children.

See some Reactions of Colleagues, when they got the news.

“She was sooo full of life with a lot of dreams for her kids” #itiswell – Aisha Lawal.

“I still can’t bring myself to referring to her in past tense, those kids were her world” – Seyi Ashekun.

“OMG Aisha!! May her sweet soul rest in Peace… oh my oh my..????????????????” – Ibinabo Fiberesima
May her soul rest in peace.

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