Late actor, Alasari’s wife crushed to death

Late actor, Alasari’s wife crushed to death

One of the widows of late Nollywood actor, Ahmed Isola Durojaiye aka Alasari, was on Friday crushed to death by a truck at Adatan area in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

The deceased simply identified as Adeola died on the spot after a truck rammed into her while disembarking from an Okada, and was buried on Saturday morning in Abeokuta. Wives-of-the-Alasari

It will be recalled that late Alasari died in March 2011 in a ghastly auto-crash, and was survived by many children and four wives including Late Adeola.

Until his demise on March 22, 2011, he lived with only one of his wives(two of them pictured right at his burial) in his Ita Elega, Abeokuta home while the other three lived in rented apartments. One of them was then nursing a two-month old baby.


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