Foursome: Omoni Oboli, Tara Durotoye and Husbands on Baecation


Baecation is when you go on vacation with your bae. Two power couples, Nollywood actress Omoni Oboli and her husband, Nnamdi, and Tara Durotoye and her hubby, Fela Durotoye took a time out with their families to have some bae time vacation – Baecation.

Sometimes, in the midst of the busy world, it is usually good for couples to unwind like this with their children. On Wednesday, August 17, 2016, the foursome couple were spotted in two famzing photographs which was posted by Omoni Oboli on her Instagram. She captioned the first picture, #Baecation, Love is a beautiful thing!!! ❤️ Having an absolutely amazing time with the Durotoyes.”


Her husband, Nnamdi added a comment saying the Durotoye couples are eager to see his wife’s upcoming movie titled “Okafor’s Law”, when he wrote “They too can’t wait to see #OkaforsLaw.”

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The second picture was with the whole family; both parents and children. Omoni Oboli and husband has three sons, same with the Durotoyes. ,two. The actress and movie producer captioned the second picture “#familyovereverything @ Love Family, MamaBoys” and she tagged her celebrity couple friends as well.

Evidently, the Obolis and the Durotoye’s are having a good time, after having achieved quite an impressive portfolio for themselves.

Fela Durotoye is a world-class entrepreneur and public speaker whose wife, Tara is a beautician and the CEO of the cosmetic brand ‘Tara  Orekelewa.’

On the other hand, Omoni Oboli’s achievements in the movie industry needs no further highlighting. She is one of Nollywood’s finest actress and has also produced her own films, the latest which is “Wives on Strike”

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Her next anticipated movie, “Okafor’s Law” is still in the works and will be out soon. It features A-list Nollywood actors such as Richard Mofe Damijo, Tina Mba, Toyin Aimahku and others.

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