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Nollywood actress and mother of singer Portable’s son, Omobolarinde Akinyanju, better known as Ashabi, has made an appeal to her Maker following the completion of her movie.

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Taking to her Instagram page to share a video of her in tears, surrounded by her cast mates, she expressed gratitude to her Maker for a successful project as she noted how she cried and laughed, but God knows what her real feelings were.

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She disclosed that her latest movie is her biggest movie so far, as it is a multimillion project. She further disclosed that the devil made it look invisible, but God said it was visible.

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“It can only b GOD , agbekele eniyan asan ni.
Thank you GOD for another successful one; I cried, I laugh but GOD knows what d real feelings was; this is my biggest movie so far, a multiple million project, devil made it look invisible, but GOD said it’s visible, just emotional, let me plead in advance please anticipate for FITILA. It’s different from the usual and inspired by a true-life story

Make it easy for me, oh lord, OBA ALASEPE”.

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A few weeks back, Ashabi sparked concerns after she shared a disturbing post, stating that people who are dead don’t know what God did for them.


Months back, Ashabi had cried out to the public for help, stating that she knows it isn’t always a smooth and clear road but questioned the assurance of being on the right path.


Ashabi revealed that she had been getting more tired lately than expected as she begged her fans to watch her movie to help strengthen her as she was weak.


In other news, the mother of one was left in awe after meeting her senior colleague, Toyin Abraham, for the first time at a movie premiere.


Sharing a video of her meeting the movie star, Ashabi recounted her meeting with her and how Toyin proved the rumours of her being different by honouring her. She thanked Toyin with a love declaration as she bragged about being a star.

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