Gboah.com: Kamilu Kompo Reveals How He And Sanyeri Grew Up Together And They Worked As Baker And Shoemaker Respectively Before They Came Into Limelight.

Kamilu Kompo Reveals How He And Sanyeri Grew Up Together And They Worked As Baker And Shoemaker Respectively Before They Came Into Limelight.

Nigerian film lovers particularly the Yoruba film addicts realizes it is a sensational and hilarious film when the two, Adekola Tijani "Kamilu Kompo" and Olaniyi Afonja "Sanyeri" both collaborate to participate in any film show.

The two film comics knows how to carry out their responsibility which mainly deals with how to make individuals laugh. To be straightforward in one's assessment the blend of Kamilu Kompo and Sanyeri will undoubtedly include spice, life and entertainment even to a sad or tragic film.

Although many individuals knows that these two characters act films together, a great deal however relatively few realizes that they are childhood friends and in spite of the sentiment that everything was all happiness, the two characters have needed to endure and do humble employments before they can pick up their forward leap in the movie industry.The entertainers who began acting in those days together in Oyo state took the choice to take their career to another level by migrating back to Lagos, after coming back to Lagos they stayed at Ijora.

It was at Ijora that they at that point made the endeavor to join various theater group. The two later joined Agba Jalingo's group where they learnt acting and different procedures for a long time. Before they could even go into film at all they needed to do some menial jobs just to survive in the brutal Nigerian environment. While Adekola Tijani was a baker who worked at a neighborhood bakery, Olaniyi Afonja filled in as a cobbler fixing shoes and footwears for money. The Movie "Kamilu Kompo" shot Adekola Tijani into spotlight for sanyeri, "Opa Kan" a film with so much entertaining scenes was the break required by the talented comic entertainer.

The two film characters have in this way proceeded to feature together in various Yoruba motion pictures among which incorporate "Muniru ati Ambali", "Kosewe Kosegbo", "Fury", "Alakori Meji", "Labalaba", "Fila Esu" and a large group of different motion pictures.

Till today, the kinship between the two keeps on becoming deeper and more grounded as this can be obviously found in the manner they support one another and are seen going to various events and social affairs together.




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