Rosemary Afuwape Biography – Age

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Rosemary Oluwabunmi Afuwape is a Nigerian actress, presenter, voice-over artist, On-Air personality, media personality, and brand ambassador. She was born on May 19, 1984, to a Fulani mother, and as the only girl in a family of five boys. The light-skinned beauty hails from Abeokuta, Ogun State.


Rosemary Afuwape graduated from Eastern Mediterranean University (Dogu Akdeniz Üniversitesi) with a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations. Later she went for her master’s degree at the same university where she graduated in Marketing Management. There’s something remarkable about this beauty with a brain, she graduated as the best student with high honors from the school.

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She has had her own share of being a model but not in a big professional way. Rosemary Afuwape was crowned Miss African Queen while in the university. Later, she was crowned Miss Big, Bold, Bright, and Beautiful at the NYSC camp during her National Youth Service in Nigeria. She shot into the limelight after winning the dating reality TV show, Ultimate Love. In her career as a Nollywood actress this is what she has to say;

I did not venture into Nollywood because of fame. I believe there are still many untold stories out there. I want to make a difference. Inasmuch as I am an actress, I am also looking forward to producing my own movies.


Looking at the beauty, you wouldn’t believe she’s a mother of two boys. She was once engaged to Kachi but their relationship later hit the rocks. In an interview with Sunday Scoop, she had this to say about the relationship;

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I can remember that I was suicidal (after the show). It was my dad that found me when I was about to end my life. The reason is I saw my mum cry because he (Kachi, her co-owner on the show and former boyfriend) was welcomed into our house. He was treated like a son, but he decided to pay us back with lies. My mother’s tears moved me. I never want to see my mother cry. It was even more painful because we were hurt deeply by someone we never did any wrong to. Seeing my mum cry made me suicidal.

She has more than 300,000 followers on Instagram.

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