Veteran actor Adebayo Salami, also known as Oga Bello, is celebrating his daughter, Omolara, as she marks another year in her life.
On his official Instagram page, Adebayo Salami shared pictures of his daughter and expressed his love, gratitude, and prayers for her continued success.
“Happy birthday, my daughter. It is my prayer that Almighty Allah continues to bless your endeavors and household. I celebrate you, darling Omolara Ajoke Agboola.”
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In a related development, veteran Nollywood actor Adebayo Salami, widely known as Oga Bello, made a heartfelt revelation about his long-standing battle with hypertension, a condition he has coped with for more than four decades.
Through one of his social media posts, he shared a screenshot from his interview with Tribune Nigeria, where he sought God’s grace to enjoy the remaining chapters of his life in good health.
In the caption of his post, along with an excerpt from his interview with Tribune, Oga Bello disclosed that he has been contending with hypertension since the age of 28. He expressed his gratitude for being alive and in reasonably good health, despite the challenges posed by hypertension.
His post read, “At this age, I still have the ability to produce and act in movies. In fact, I just finished producing my movie. It is a fact that you can’t attain this age and not nurse one ailment or the other. I have been battling with hypertension for more than 40 years and I have lived with it. To God be the glory, I am still alive and well. I will continue to pray to God for grace to live the rest of my life in good health and happiness.”
He also emphasized that, even though he has been dealing with hypertension since the young age of 28, he is fortunate to have had parents who lived well beyond 100 years, despite sharing this condition.
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Oga Bello’s message deeply resonated with many of his colleagues, fans, and followers who expressed their gratitude to God for his life and offered prayers for his well-being.
Jide Kosoko wrote, “Egbon mi, atubo tan, All Glory to Almighty God. We don’t pray to have health issues, but it’s inevitable at some point. We thank God for your life.”
Kemi Afolabi wrote, “Bijahi Rosululah baba mi👏 LLNP❤️❤️”
Odunlade Adekola wrote, “Amen in Jesus name 🙏🙏”
Here are more reactions:
- “God will continue to strengthen you, sir. In fact, I just finished watching one of your films now (AFORIJI).”
- “Amen 🙏 May the Almighty grant you longevity 🤲🤲🤲.”
- “More good health and a sound mind 🙏.”
- “Ameen Ameen Ameen Bijayi Rosullahi, and me too Ameen Ameen Ameen Bijayi Rosullahi.”
- “You’ll enjoy it with good health, sir. ..🙏🏾”