Meet the cast of Ololade Netflix series
The series features thrilling performances from Mercy Aigbe, Jaiye Kuti, Mide Funmi Martins and others
“Two friends suddenly become rich in unexpected ways. It seems too good to be true – until they get entangled in a deadly money laundering scheme.”- The Netflix Synopsis reads
The Cast of Ololade Netflix Series
Ololade Netlfix series features a stellar cast of Mercy Aigbe, Damilola Oni, Femi Adebayo, Frank Donga, Mr. Macaroni, Liz Da-Silva, Mide Martins, Jaiye Kuti, Debby Felix, Kunle Idowu, Oluwatobi Olubiyi, and Ayanwale Olanrewaju.
Ololade Netflix Cast
- Frank Donga as Shina
- Mercy Aigbe as Big Mummy
- Femi Adebayo as Lateef
- Mr Macaroni as Alagba
- Kunle Idowu
- Liz Da-Silva
- Mide Martins as Shade
- Oluwatobi Olubiyi
- Jaiye Kuti
- Damilola Oni
- Ayanwale Olanrewaju
About Ololade Netflix Cast
1.) Frank Donga as Shina
Frank Donga is a major Ololade Netflix cast that plays the role of Shina- a young man whose life seems to be stagnant despite all his efforts to become successful. Both in career and marriage, Shina is a failure. He teaches in a secondary school. He would later start a betting shop with his best friend Lateef
2.) Femi Adebayo as Lateef
Femi Adebayo is another major Ololade Netflix cast that plays the role of Lateef. He is Shina’s friend and a lousy auto-mechanic. Together, they start a betting shop. They would later become extremely wealthy but face daunting problems in their new journeys.
About Ololade Netflix Series
“Two friends suddenly become rich in unexpected ways. It seems too good to be true – until they get entangled in a deadly money laundering scheme.”
Directed by Adeniyi Joseph-Omobulejo’s, Netflix is releasing “Ololade,” a captivating Yoruba drama series that debuts on November 24.
The production firm, which is well-known for its hit YouTube series, underwent a dramatic change when the streaming behemoth recently purchased the series from TNC Africa.
“Ololade,” is scripted by Lani Aisida, chronicles the lives of Lateef, a brazen auto mechanic, and Shina, a disgruntled high school teacher.
Their path unexpectedly diverges when they undergo an inexplicable change from poverty to fortune. They are facing unanticipated consequences as they engage into a new business endeavor.
The series will become one of the only few Yoruba series on Netflix.
Olóládé, according to lawale Adetula, co-founder and CEO of the business, is a tribute to Nollywood TV masterpieces.
“As a tech and data-enabled company, we’ve observed an increasing consumer demand for content that’s akin to the classic TV dramas that many of us grew up watching,” he continues. We think that no matter where or how someone speaks, a well-written tale will find an audience.
We anticipate that Olóládé would raise interest in and ultimately result in the creation of more high-quality original material created in Nigeria’s native tongues.
Adeniyi Joseph Omobulejo, better known by his stage name TAJ, directed the series and added, “You will feel a lot of nostalgia when you watch Olóládé.” You should anticipate seeing drama develop and likable, well-developed characters—this, in my opinion, is what excellent storytelling ought to be all about.