“I COULDN’T MAKE STARRING IN FUJI HOUSE OF COMMOTION YEARS AGO, BECAUSE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL”- SPIFF
Samuel Ajibola popularly known as Spiff, has just explained that he missed starring in the popular t.v series “Fuji house of commotion” decades ago because of secondary school.
Samuel Ajibola, a Nigerian television and film actor, model and events compere, is best known for his role as a child-actor in the Opa Williams directed movie Tears for Love, as well as his role as “Spiff” in the Africa Magic TV series The Johnsons.
Ajibola is also famous for being the first Nigerian child actor to win the award for Best Kid Actor for three years in a row. On March 4, 2017 He won the AMVCA (Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award) for best Actor in an M-net comedy series The Johnsons.
The award winning actor took to Instagram moments ago to say:
“I remember vividly many years back as a child actor, I was supposed to star on the set of Fuji house of commotion. I couldn’t make it because I got into secondary school and my parents made education a priority.
Today almost 2 decades later I find myself privileged working with these nollywood legends as I’m in awe of how much grace has gotten them here and still relevant. Many of their kinds have been forgotten. I can’t help but appreciate daddy Kunle Bamtefa & Officialngozinwosu & I pray I share of the same grace.”