Olive Of Mother-In-Law Show Says She Will Be Returning To The Country
By Andy411 | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 1 views
Idah Alisha who was the formerly acting on Mother Inlaw Show, has confirmed that she will be returning to the country soon. This comes after she left the country to pursue greener pastures in the United States of America (USA).
The actress has been doing online jobs and skits. She has grown so much popularity in the native land. Her YouTube channel is always active with various interviews.
She has been asked so many times when she will be returning to the country and continue acting. Many of her fans miss her on local TV stations.
Alisha left the country after she divorced her violent husband. The two had been in wrangles for a while. She even claimed that at one point he almost killed her.
Alisha and her husband got married back in 2013. The wedding got televised on Citizen Television.
Olive as known by many had also revealed that she will touring Africa for leisure.
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