Information on the burial arrangements of Aisha Abimbola (Omoge Campus) “will be announced soonest,” President, The Golden Movie Ambassador of Nigeria (TGMAN), Saidi Balogun, has said in a short statement on instagram.
“With a deep sense of regret and total submission to the will of GOD, we announce the death of our VICE PRESIDENT….AMB. AISHA ABIMBOLA,(omoge campus) who gave up the ghost after a serious n strong battle with illness, amb. Aisha….you have left a vacuum that will be hard to fill, your presence we will all miss.we take solace in the fact that you have gone to REST in the bossom of the LORD….our hearts are heavy though…. R.I.P noble ambassador of the movies… Information on the burial arrangements will be announced soonest. Signed… Saidi balogun. TGMAN…(PRESIDENT)… #OlayemiPR”
Meanwhile, condolences continue to pour in for families and fans of the late Nollywood Yoruba actress, Aisha Abimbola, popularly called Omoge Campus, who died in Canadian hospital May 15, 2018.
Odunlade Adekola, Iyabo Ojo are some of her many colleagues who have expressed shock over her demise. “Omg, so sad,” @odunomoadekola posted on instagram.
Report says she died of breast cancer at the age of 42, some claimed that she’s 46, though.
8 things about Aisha Abimbola you probably didn’t know
- She is a graduate of Lagos State Polytechnic, with a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Catering and Hotel Management.
- The movie “Omoge Campus” produced by Bola Igida shot her into limelight in 2001
- She was blessed with two kids.
- She was once married to her colleague Victor Ibrahim but separated when the union wasn’t working.
- She was actually discovered by an ace movie director Antar Laniyan when one of Wale Adenuga Productions’ came to LASPOTECH to shoot a movie.
- She was born a Muslim, but later converted to Christianity.
- Abimbola Aisha until her death was the Vice President of The Golden Movie Ambassador of Nigeria (TGMAN).
- She was an award-winning actress. In 2015, she won City People Entertainment Award for Yoruba Movie Personality of the Year, beating Faithia Balogun, and three others.
May her soul rest in peace.