Friday, 26 August 2016

Late Nollywood Actor’s Wife With 3 Children Cries For Help



Wife of late Nollywood actor, Mufutau Sanni, also known as Ajigijaga, Olaseinde Taiwo, is crying for help as she could no longer take care of the 3 children left behind by the Yoruba Nollywood actor who is known for criminal role in movies.
Celeb Police called her this morning when they got a hint that she has been soliciting for assistance from close friends and colleagues of her late husband; we equally got to know during our chat that she had lost her job for over one year now and could not fend for her 3 children again.
“Since the demise of my husband, I’ve lost so many things, including my job and I’ve to stand up again from all this falls. I’m begging Nigerians to please come to my aid; I’m calling on all good mothers who wished their children well to please come to my rescue so that I won’t suffer more. For now, my late husband’s former colleague is the one who assisting me with a property management job so as not to be begging around. Though, it’s been tough to get any customer because so many individuals are on this kind of business. So, I’m pleading to all Nigerians to help me as God in His infinite mercy will help them too. 


Omonaija also called her and she added  that she’s planning to immortalize her husband with a Foundation that; “I don’t want his name to be forgotten because I love him dearly so, I thought of what I can do to immortalize him. That was why I decided to establish the foundation in our names and launch it on the 15th of September.”
She equally denied any move of remarrying after more than one year of his husband’s death saying; “I don’t have any plan of remarrying now; it’s not even in my agenda for now because I have 3 children already and there is no one to help me take care of them. So, I need to save them first before thinking of adding another. Though I can’t say what God might be planning for me later in life but it’s never in my plans now.”

Ajigijaga died on 31st of July 2015 after a brief illness.