In Yoruba Culture A Man Can Marry More Than One Wife, My Wife Know What I Can Do – Tunde Oladimeji spill

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Nollywood actor Tunde Oladimeji is a Nigerian documentary filmmaker, actor, director and television presenter who has decided to reveal how his family managed his life as an actor.

Tunde is a native of Iwo, Osun State, and a graduate of the University of Ibadan where he co-produced his first film titled  àgbàlágba akàn an adaptation of Oladejo Okedijis book published in 1972.

In recent times, documentaries have evolved to become longer in length and almost equal in terms of educational and entertainment value with other types of cinematography.

Social media platforms, such as Youtube, Instagram, and Facebook have provided an avenue for the promotion, development, and growth of the documentary film genre.

Documentary film-making is gradually becoming popular in Nigeria and Tunde Oladimeji, an ace filmmaker, actor, director, and producer is one of the top Nigeria’s documentary filmmakers who has carved a niche for himself with his  Yoruba heritage documentary series.

His documentary of Ibadan was nominated in the best documentary category of the 2020 AMVCA. Other documentary works produced by him in that category include Eko àkéte, Abeokuta ilẹ̀ Ẹ̀gbá, Ife Ooye, and Oshogbo Oroki.

In addition to his documentary filmmaking, Tunde is an actor and director. He is the director of Aajirebi, a TV show on Africa Magic Yoruba.

During the interview the said that at times many people of his wife friend will call her and tell her don’t you see your husband kissing another woman in A movie, she will laugh and tell them that I am doing my job as an actor won’t we eat at home.

He was further ask if cheating can be stopped, he said he never said it cant stop but not all men cheat

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