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“God Will Send Helper To Him”– Why Veteran Actor Abija Is Not Coming Out To Seek For Help Despite Leaving in a Mud House (Video)

The viral video on social media has sparked a strong response as people continue to wonder why Abija, a veteran actor, hasn’t reached out for assistance like other actors in need.

Tajudeen Oyewole, despite leading a modest lifestyle, doesn’t own a car and has never made an online appeal for help or any form of assistance.

His popularity extends beyond local and international boundaries. Tajudeen Oyewole, known as Abija, is an actor who faced a near-fatal car accident eight years ago. In this interview with Taiwo Abiodun, he reveals that since the accident, he has been struggling to make ends meet.

Oyewole explains that he derived his stage name, Abija, from an engineer. “There was a construction company called Abija Construction in Oshogbo, owned by a respected old man. When we were planning a 13-week play, we discussed what name I should be called, and the name of the construction company came to mind. I suggested ‘Abija.’ We had 25 episodes in the play, and I was asked to use the name ‘Abijawara Bi Ekun.’ Later, we simply called it Abija.”

Interestingly, Abija mentions that only recently did they realize that the story indirectly referred to Nigeria’s struggle for power and resource control.

Additionally, I come from a family of hunters. No woman should embrace me after a hunting expedition due to what I may have on my body. If I need any animal, I simply go into the forest and hunt it. The power is there,” he asserts confidently.

Despite his fame, Abija reveals that it has not translated into wealth. “I am not

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