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BREAKING: Yoruba actor, Olofa Ina, is dead



**Popular Yoruba Filmmaker and Actor, Chief Adedeji Aderemi, Aka Olofa Ina, Passes Away at 73**

In a somber turn of events, the Yoruba film industry has lost one of its prominent figures as Chief Adedeji Aderemi, widely recognized as Olofa Ina, breathed his last at the age of 73. The news of his demise was relayed to the public by fellow actor, Saidi Balogun, through his Instagram account (@SaidiBalogun) on Thursday night.

Saidi Balogun posted a poignant picture of the late Chief Adedeji Aderemi alongside a caption that read, “Goodnight legend Chief Deji Akinremi (Olofa Ina) RIP,” expressing the deep sorrow felt by the Yoruba theatre community at the loss of the revered actor.

Chief Adedeji Aderemi carved a niche for himself in the contemporary Yoruba theatre industry, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of many with his remarkable performances over the years. His contributions to the art form were widely acknowledged, making him a beloved figure within the entertainment community.

As of the time of filing this report, the cause of Chief Adedeji Aderemi’s death remains unknown, leaving fans and colleagues in shock and mourning. The Yoruba film industry has come together to celebrate his life and legacy, remembering him as a seasoned actor who played a pivotal role in shaping the landscape of Yoruba cinema.

It is worth noting that Chief Adedeji Aderemi, in an interview in June 2021, had expressed his concern over the potential division within the theatre community following the sexual assault case involving his colleague, Olanrewaju James, popularly known as Baba Ijesha. He emphasized the need for unity among practitioners, highlighting the challenges faced by the older generation in building the foundation for the current success enjoyed by the industry.

The news of Chief Adedeji Aderemi’s passing has left a void in the hearts of fans, colleagues, and the Yoruba film industry at large. The industry mourns the loss of a talented and influential figure who played an integral role in the growth and development of Yoruba cinema. The details of funeral arrangements and tributes from colleagues are expected to follow in the coming days as the industry comes to terms with this significant loss.

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