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Two years after Lola Margaret deported from the US

Lola Margaret Oladipupo popularly known as Lola Margaret is a Nigerian actress, movie producer, director and a model who was born on March 21st in Ilesa, a city located in Osun State, Nigeria. She lost her parents in 1999 and was living with her aunt who was very supportive.

Lola Margaret completed both her primary and secondary school education in Osun state south-western Nigeria. She graduated from Lagos State University where she obtained a bachelor of Arts degree in History and International Relations.

Lola started her acting career after she met a Nigerian comic actor, Bolaji Amusan who introduced her to acting. She was brought to fame after she featured in the movie ‘Bisola Alanu’. Ever since her debut, she has featured in so many movies like Agbara Ife, Akuko and Omo Oloro which was also produced by her.

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Lola Margaret relocated to the United State of America some years ago, but things went bad as she was reportedly arrested by the US police for withdrawing huge sum of money from the bank. She confessed guilty to the alleged card fraud and was charged to court and sentenced to prison. As luck may have it, Lola was released from prison and deported back to Nigeria in 2018 after she reportedly gave the names of her partners up to the police.

After Lola was released, she took to her Instagram account to thank God, she wrote, “what else can I say unto the Lord? than thank u, my God is good”.

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The Yoruba beautiful actress got her fans worried for being absent in many societal functions, but she is fully back to acting as she is often seen doing what she does best, which is acting.

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