Meet Top 10 Nollywood Actors Who Became Millionaires Under Odunlade Adekola’s Tutelage (Photos) ‎

Ever since Adekola introduced Tunde Owokoniran to the world, he has consistently regarded him as his esteemed mentor.

Their paths crossed in Mushin when Odunlade Adekola was attending a gathering, and it was there that Tunde expressed his passion for Yoruba movies. Recognizing Tunde’s potential, Adekola graciously extended an opportunity for him to reside in Abeokuta under his guidance.

Today, Tunde Owokoniran has become a prominent figure in the industry. Although he has relocated to the United States, his name continues to resonate powerfully.

Bukola Adeeyo

Actress Bukola Adeeyo joyously commemorates her 30th birthday, sharing delightful pictures of herself alongside friends Mercy Aigbe, Toyin Abraham, and several others. Bukky, a youthful and captivating actress, currently enjoys immense popularity in the industry.

Bukola was first introduced to the world of acting by the renowned Odunlade Adekola. Her debut film, “Ila Owo,” showcased her talent, and she subsequently garnered recognition for her exceptional performance in Odunlade’s movie, “Sunday Dagboru.”

Eniola Ajao

It is not surprising to hear that Eniola consistently prays for her boss, Odunlade Adekola, as she believes he is the one who has brought her into the limelight. This sentiment is well-known and not new to anyone.

Olaniyan Oluwatosin

Tosin, a product of Odunlade Adekola, completed her education at the Odunlade Adekola Theater School.

She gained prominence in the film industry through her role as Bidemi in Odunlade Adekola’s movie “Saamu Alajo.” Recently, she successfully produced her own film titled “Big Mummy,” in which she had the privilege of featuring her mentor, Odunlade Adekola.

Babatunde Aderinoye

In his second year of college, he embarked on his radio and television investigative journey earlier than anticipated, securing a position as a games specialist at Rockcity FM.

Fortuitously, he landed a role at the Osun State Broadcasting Corporation (OSBC) during his NYSC service year and continued working as a game inspector.

After completing his administrative year, he joined the Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC) to further advance his career in the games industry.

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