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Baba Sala

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Okestra007

Mr. Lover Man
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When I was very young I used to love Baba Sala's work. Where's this "Agba Man" now? Is still in the industry? Any recent production from him?
 

Beyonce

MOther b4 mother
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Originally posted by Okestra007
When I was very young I used to love Baba Sala's work. Where's this "Agba Man" now? Is still in the industry? Any recent production from him?
hummmmmmmm u r askin the wrong peeps, i don't even know who the HECK Is he, lol, :D holla
 

Beyonce

MOther b4 mother
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Originally posted by Okestra007
Sola, Sola ooooooo help oooo. I need you to teach Naija Movie 101. B' needs to know who Baba Sala is.
why are u yelling, i don't watch nigeria movies like that, am AMERICANIZED:D lol hehehahahahaha. HOLLA
 

vince

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Originally posted by Okestra007
When I was very young I used to love Baba Sala's work. Where's this "Agba Man" now? Is still in the industry? Any recent production from him?
Na my man be dat!
The man is in the industry,but not active at the moment.
I saw him in a yoruba movie(can't remember the name)not long ago.
I think we need to see BABA SALA THE MOVIE,that would be something.
I hope he is planning something hot sha.
Area fada,can we get an interview from him?

BTW,ajifather(Ajimajashan is around too)
 
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I used to think that Baba Sala took love to the next level in Naija with song, "Olori kolori, ma fe, onimu konimu...." After that people started seeing that love is not just what the face of body looks like, but what you're feeling deep inside.
 

mamarita

OJODTROUBLELOVER
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Ha BABA SALA, another great artist, thrown in the gutter by the EVIL NIGERIANS DO.... This dude made this movie one time with all his life savings, and it got stolen:D Yeah very sad, but back in his days he was HILARIOUS. I remember watching his movies at d TABANTARI CINEMA in Ibadan, close to U/I, its just around the corner from TRANSAMUSEMENT PARK.

Ha memories!! We were young, we'd all go to the movies on sunday night after my dad left for Lagos, and afterwards we'd stop by TRANS HOTEL for some ASUN, or EXPRESS FISHERIES for some fresh fish and fries.... AH I remember watchin OMO ORUKAN there, and a few other OGUNDE FILMS



WHEN NIGERIA WAS STILL GOOD!!!! I wonder if my children would ever seat in the theatre in Nigeria to watch some amazing yoruba movies....*sob*sob*
 
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