6 Couples In The Yoruba Movie Industry That You Probably Didn’t Know

There are many actors and actresses in the Yoruba movie industry who are legally married and are not known to fans as they keep their personal life private. We present you Yoruba movie couples you probably never knew about.

1 Damola Olatunji and Bukola Awoyemi

Popular Yoruba actor, Damola Olatunji is known to be in a relationship with Bukola Awoyemi also known as ‘Arugba’ and they both have a set of twins.

2 Mide Martins And Afeez Owo

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Nollywood actor, Afeez Owo and actress, Mide Martins have been married for several years, and their union is blessed with kids.

3 Fausat and Rafiu Balogun

Fausat Balogun a.k.a Madam Saje is married to an actor, scriptwriter and movie producer, Rafiu Balogun. Only few people in and outside the industry knows that they are husband and wife due to the way they comport themselves in the public. Rafiu and Fausat Balogun met in the industry many years ago, after which the actor, who was her boss then proposed to her and they got married.

4 Lukman Raji and Aminatu Papapa

Bukky Adekongbe better known as Aminatu Papapa and Lukman Raji a.k.a King of Swagga have something going on. The actress is married to actor and movie maker, Lukman Raji with whom she has a kid.

5 Toyin and Sunday Adewale

Toyin, one of the highly sought-after actresses in the Yoruba movie industry is married to Sunday Adewale, a movie director who also acts in few films. He also doubles as a script-writer.

They are parents to fast rising singer, Mayorkun.

6 Esther Kalejaye and Afeez Eniola

Eniola Afeez is a popular movie producer, actor and script writer in the Yoruba Movie industry. He joined the industry many years ago through the help of star actress, Bose Olubo.  Afeez walked down the aisle with Esther Kalejaye a.k.a Omo Joyinbo years back.


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