Actress Aisha Abimbola aka Omoge Campus finally laid to rest amid tears in Toronto (photos)

Actress Aisha Abimbola aka Omoge Campus finally laid to rest amid tears in Toronto (photos)

Actress Aisha Abimbola aka Omoge Campus finally laid to rest amid tears in Toronto (photos)

It could be recalled that on Tuesday, May 15, Nollywood once again mourned the death of one of its talented members, Aisha Abimbola popularly known as Omoge Campus.

Without wasting much time, some of her colleagues immediately took to their social media handles to pen down heartbreaking tributes to the deceased. It was reported that the late actress died in Canada after battling with breast cancer. On Thursday, May 17, late Abimbola was buried according to Islamic rites in the city of Toronto. All funeral proceedings were taken care of by Heritage Funeral Centre.

Actress Aisha Abimbola aka Omoge Campus finally laid to rest amid tears in Toronto (photos)

However, one of her colleagues who are also based in Canada, Lola Alao, took to her Instagram handle to share pictures from the burial. Also shared the burial photos with the caption: “Special thanks to the City of Toronto for immense support, family and friends. May the blessings of Ramadan abide with you all.” See all her posts from the funeral service below:

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Nollywood stars have also revealed plans to honour the late Abimbola back home. This was communicated by veteran actor Saidi Balogun via his Instagram account. He disclosed that a candlelight procession and artiste night would be held on Thursday, May 24, while the eight days Fidau prayers would be observed on Friday, May 25.

See post below:

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However, venues, where these activities would be held, have not yet been revealed. Rest In Peace Aisha Abimbola!

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