Popular Yoruba Actor Baba Suwe Set To Remarry, 5 Years After Wife’s Death

Babatunde Omidina known as Baba Suwe is a successful comedian better known for his exploits in Yoruba home videos.

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After his much publicised crisis with National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, he lost his wife, Omoladun, who was almost always his soul-mate, even in films in 2009.

Baba Suwe talked with Potpourri about his late wife and revealed he will be getting married again soon. Excerpts: –

  • How have you been coping without a wife? It has not been easy but life must go on. I believe whatever happens has been pre-ordained. The death of Omoladun was a great loss I cannot get over in this lifetime. She will remain my best companion. She understood me than any other person on planet earth. At times when we quarrel in the house, she would abuse me on set and that would mark the end of the issue.

  • Any plan of remarrying? Yes! In fact pretty soon.

  • Who is the lucky bride? You can’t know her for now. She is not an actress because I can’t marry an actress again.

  • Are you insinuating Omoladun was not a good wife? No, I don’t mean anything of such. What I mean is that I cannot get someone like Omoladun among the actresses again. Her good acting skills is one of the reasons I loved her but I have decided to check else where for love.

  • After the death of Omoladun, your step daughter accused you of killing her mother? That is mere rumour. She later came out to say she never said that. We were all staying in the same building. Omoladun was hypertensive for a long time and I did my best as a husband, a friend, and colleague to take adequate care of her. At a time she spent months at a hospital. The day the bad incident happened, I was about praying when I told my child to go wake Omoladun because we had an appointment. It was this child who ran out to call me and with the help of neighbors, we rushed her to the hospital. The doctor confirmed her death on arrival.

  • Has her death affected your career? Not really. There are many people who can take her role but I miss her so much. After her death, I produced “Baba Jaiye” part two and it was a huge success.

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