After struggling with a stroke for seven years, Musiliu Ajikanle, Yoruba movie veteran, sadly passed away, causing grief in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
Nigerian filmmaker and actor Saliu Gbolagade shared the somber news on his Instagram page.
“Ina Lilah Waina Allah Rajiun God gave each of us the gift of life, and God gifted us with eternal life.
Rest well my dear friend Musiliu Ajikanle Your footsteps can never be filled, nor your love ever forgotten. May the blessings and peace of a good life lived follow you into heaven”
Yoruba movie celebrities like Fathia Balogun, Portable, and Sola Kosoko expressed their condolences in the comment section, wishing Musiliu eternal peace.
Ajikanle, the producer of the highly acclaimed movie “Mufiu Olosha Oko,” has been battling a stroke for the past seven years.
When Nigerian Cleric, Pastor Gabriel Agbala, visited Musiliu Ajikanle at his residence in Ibadan, it marked a turning point in his life.
The Man of God took the initiative to start a fundraising campaign to support Musiliu’s medical treatment and well-being. Unfortunately, despite the efforts, Musiliu passed away.
Pastor Agbala is known for his philanthropic endeavors and unwavering dedication to assisting people in need, mostly Yoruba movie veterans like Iya Gbonkan, Suebebe, Pariolodo, others