Tuesday, May 22, 2018
How Aishat Abimbola spent her last days, knowing she didn’t have much time left
Last week, popular actress, Aisha Abimbola popularly called Omoge Campus passed on in Canada. She has since been buried in Canada. The actress died after battling with Cancer. Unknown to many, the actress had been battling with the dreaded disease for 2 years, but being a very private person, she kept it to herself.
In 2016, the late actress went to Maryland in U.S.A, for a surgery, and she started managing the ailment, going for necessary treatment when required. But at a point she discovered the cancer was already spreading round her body and at this point, the best she could do was to still keep managing it, and as well plan properly for the future of her 2 beautiful kids.
On Dec 9th 2017, the late actress relocated to Canada with her lovely kids. While still undergoing treatment, she lived her life as if there was nothing happening to her. She even celebrated her birthday on 19th Dec. 2017 in Canada. The major thing she focused on was her kids.
She made proper arrangements for their safety, needs, both financial and educational. Then she spent her last days with her kids, making them happy while still there. After two years of battling with the disease, she eventually gave up on the 15th of May. She died in Rouge Valley Centenary Hospital in Toronto, Ontario.
Being a Canadian Citizen, the Canadian government took full responsibility of all her burial arrangements, which was done according to Muslim rites, prayers was held for her at “Imdadu Masjid Mosque”. After that, she was moved to “Meandovate Cemetery” to rest with the mercy of Allah.
Unknown to many, the actress was born as a triplet and she was the only girl, while others are boys. She is survived by her husband, 2 beautiful kids, Lase who is 11yrs and Morenikeji, who happens to be 9yrs, and her siblings. The late actress was also an orphan.
Aisha Abimbola was born in Dec 19, 1974 in Epe Lagos State. The movie “Omoge Campus” by Bola Igida Shot her to limelight in 2001. She has also featured in movies and soap operas such as “No Pain, No Gain” “So wrong, so wright” Awerijaye” “Kamson and Neighbours” amongst others.
She made her debut as a producer with 2016 movie, “Tomi T’eje. She premiered it in Atlanta and it was a true life story she heard about.
She got married in February 2005 to Mr. Victor Ibrahim Musa, and the Union was blessed with two adorable kids. She won the City People entertainment award for Yoruba movie personality of the year.
The movie industry is yet to recover from the rude shock of her death. Many of the Nollywood stars, have taken to their Instagram and Facebook, to express how they feel about her death.
She’s been described by many as though a very private person, but a friendly, nice, and no nonsense lady.
Source: City People