Baba Suwe Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Babatunde Omidina was a Nigerian entertainer and joke artist better known by his stage name Baba Suwe. He is an entertainer and humorist as a calling.Baba  Suwe experienced childhood in Lagos, the child of a polygamous family with three spouses.

Baba Suwe spouse is as of now dead. She died on September 1, 2009. She inhaled her final gasp at her Lagos home in Ikorodu. As per reports, She was thought to have died of hypertension since thick blood was tracked down trickling from her nose and both of her ears simultaneously.

She had been off the arrangement of representing around three years before her demise, probably to manage her chronic infirmity. The source affirmed that prompt arrangements were made for her internment as per Islamic customs.

Born 22 August 1958

Lagos Island, Nigeria
Died 22 November 2021 (aged 63)
Other names Baba Suwe
Occupation
  • Actor
  • comedian
Years active 1972- 2021

Starting at 2021, Baba Suwe is 63 years old. He was born on August 22, 1958, in Inabere Street in Lagos Island, where he grew up. In any case, he is initially from the Ikorodu neighborhood government space of Lagos State in southwestern Nigeria.

Baba Suwe bits of gossip were spread all around the web about his passing, yet as indicated by Wikipedia, he has died on November 22, 2021. Baba Suwe’s family comprises of his significant other and youngsters.He was h itched in 1995 to Omaladun Omidina and had kids with her.

His kids’ are Okiki Ominida, Junior Ominida and Halimat Omidina. Thenigerianvoice has posted content with regards to Baba Suwe killing his significant other, which his girl said.

Nonetheless, this data isn’t checked or endorsed by the entertainer or the authority when distributing this article. Baba Suwe has been highlighted on Wikipedia’s true page. Baba has gone to Jamaitul Islamia Primary School in Lagos and Children Boarding School at an early age.

Omidina started acting in 1971 yet rose to unmistakable quality in the wake of showing up in the Obalende-delivered film Omolasan. He rose to conspicuousness subsequent to showing up in Olaiya Igwe’s 1997 film Iru Esin.

He showed up in and created a few Nigerian movies, including Baba Jaiye, featuring Funke Akindele and Femi Adebayo, the child of veteran entertainer Adebayo Salami.

In 2011, he was blamed for cocaine dealing by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, an allegation that the Lagos High Court of Law excused as bogus and slanderous.