Checkout 12 popular couples in Yoruba movie industry You Never Know They Are Married. (Photos) ‎

Many Nigerians believe actors and actresses do not have time for family due to their busy schedule and the nature of their profession.

Also, some people believe they do not always want to settle down and have a home because it will not allow them the opportunity to engage in what they love and want. These made people see them as being promiscuous.

from Oke Ode, Ifelodun Local Government Area, Kwara State.

Fausat Balogun is known for her motherly roles in most Yoruba movies and has starred in many movies.

She is married to her boss, who is also an actor, Rafiu Balogun. Her eldest son, Azeez Balogun, is a Nollywood movie writer, producer and director and her youngest daughter, Bintu is an actress.

Adebimpe Oyebade and Lateef Adedemeji

Adebimpe Oyebade, better known as Mo Bimpe, is a Nigerian actress. She won the City People Entertainment Awards for Best New Actress in 2018. The actress hails from Ijero Ekiti.

The Nollywood stars, tied the nuptial knot in December 2021.

Peju Ogunmola and Sunday Omobolanle

Peju Ogunmola is a Yoruba film actress. Her father was the veteran actor, Kola Ogunmola.

She is married to Sunday Omobolanle, better known as Papiluwe, a Nigerian comic actor, playwright, director, and producer. Peju is the stepmother to Sunkanmi Omobolanle, who is also an actor.

Moji Afolayan is a Nigerian actress

filmmaker, producer, and director. She was born on February 5, 1968.

Afolayan hails from Agbamu, a town in Irepodun Local Government area of Kwara State, but grew up in Lagos State.

She is the first daughter of the late veteran actor and producer, Adeyemi Afolayan, aka Ade Love. Moji is the of popular movie producer, Kunle Afolayan, and Nollywood actor, Gabriel Afolayan.

Moji is married to Rasaq Olayiwola, a Nigerian actor popularly known as


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