Lola Idije is a famous Nollywood actress and aunt to popular actor, Kunle Afolayan.
She was born on September 24, 1959 into a Christian and an entertainment family of Afolayan, comprising of Gabriel, Kunle and Moji Afolayan.
Lola Idije’s educational background is however not available.
Lola Idije began acting some years back, playing intriguing roles in majorly Yoruba movies.
She came into limelight after playing the role of Madam Adisa in the 1995 movie, Deadly Affair.
Lola has so far starred in over 100 Yoruba movies, some of which are:
• Pappy and Mammy
• Iku lopin
• Idajo iboji
• Ile Oko
• Ise onise
• Baba eleshin
• Aje metta
• Aje metta 2
• Idunnu mi
• Abiamo tooto
• Aridunnu oko
• Lady Terror
• Igba Eda
Lola is a beautiful Yoruba actress, creative and exceptionally talented. She is gifted in interpreting roles and has impressed her numerous fans with her brilliant delivery of roles across Nigeria.
She is one of the talents and strong pillars who have made tremendous contributions to the development of Yoruba movie industry.
Recently, the veteran Yoruba actress was seen as the initiator of popular internet slangs, “Soro Soke were and Pele My Dear”, a term used by #EndSars protesters in Nigeria to demand that the Nigerian Government should put an end to Police SARS brutality in the country.
Lola was married and blessed with three grown up children, but sadly lost her husband.
Lola Idije is indeed a prominent Yoruba actress who has made a huge fortune from the profession with an estimated net worth of about $300,000 dollars.