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NOLLYWOOD: Kudirat Ajimati Is Dead

Veteran
Yoruba actress, Kudirat Ajimati, is dead. She reportedly passed on Tuesday
morning, November 15, 2016, in Ogun State.Ajimati
has since been buried according to the Islamic rites and customs. She is
survived by an aged mother.
Naij reports that the news of her death was shared on social
media by the Theatre Arts and Movie Pictures Practitioners Association of
Nigeria (TAMPAN),Ogun State chapter of which she was a member.

The post read:
“It saddens our association, Theatre
Arts and Movie Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN),Ogun
State Chapter, to announce the untimely death of our beloved sister/colleague
Kudirat Ajimat popularly known and called Ajimat. The news of her death got to
us this morning as a shocker but we don’t have the power to stop God from doing
what is right in HIS sight. Ajimat, we will seriously miss u and ur friendly
lifestyle! Rest in Peace!”
In an exclusive interview with the
online publication, the chairman of TAMPAN in Ogun state Pastor Ajidara
revealed that the association received the news on Tuesday morning.
He added that the deceased was
buried according to Islamic injunction, noting that the burial was arranged
quietly and quickly as she still has an aged mother.

The cause of her death was not
disclosed. Actors like Ronke Oshodi and Toyin Aimakhu have taken to social
media to mourn Ajimati’s passing.
Some of the movies she has featured
in include “Adigun Oga Oga”, “Bata Wahala,” amongst
others.
May her soul rest in peace.

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Written by Ike Ani

Ike Ani is a Freelance writer whose quest constantly is to relate happenings around the world to human daily living. He's also a song writer and singer, Acoustic Guitarist, and Teacher.

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