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She Is Always Announcing Her Colleagues’ Deaths – Foluke Daramola Attacked By Troll Over Demise Of Baba Atoli

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She is always announcing her colleagues’ deaths – Foluke Daramola attacked by Troll over demise of Baba Atoli

Trolls have insulted actress Foluke Daramola after she revealed the death of legendary Nollywood actor Raji Azeez Olaniyi, popularly known as Baba Atoli. Raji Azeez Olaniyi was known by his stage name Baba Atoli.

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Foluke Daramola, an actress in Nollywood, made the sad announcement of the passing of a veteran Nollywood actor after she pleaded with good-willing Nigerians to come together and provide financial support for the actor due to his deteriorating health, according to a report that was published earlier by The9jafresh.

After she made her announcement, trolls immediately began responding to it in the comment area, mocking her for the fact that she constantly announces the passing of her coworkers.

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“Na Foluke dey always announce her colleagues death. When they were soliciting for help u people will not help. Watch how his pictures that we’ve never seen will be everywhere now.” Eniola Jolade wrote.

Another replied her saying: “Don’t mind dem,awon oju aye people.

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However one commenter opposed them, saying: “Foluke uses her platform to solicit for them when they are down with illness.

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Baba Atoli’s death is coming after popular Nigerian veteranactor, Yinka Ogundaisi died.

The death of the seasoned actor was confirmed by a statement by Ropo Ewenla in a WhatsApp message to members of the Ibadan Film Circle (IFC), a group the late filmmaker/film marker belonged to.

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The veteranactor had been ill for a long time.

Yinka Ogundaisi was the next actor to play the legendary Sango in ‘Oba Koso’ after the late Chief Duro Ladipo.

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