Nigerian comedian cum actor and award-winning filmmaker, Ayo Makun is a year older today, August 19th.
His wife, Mabel Makun took to her Instagram page to pen a birthday message to him.
Mabel praised him for being one of the most hardworking human beings she knows. Describing him as the king of her heart, she showered prayers on him.Affirming her love for him, Mabel Makun stated that since he has her in his life, there is no need for a perfect birthday gift. She captioned one of this photos:
“Happy birthday to one of most hardworking human being I know, the king of my heart.
May this day bring you more blessings and abundant Grace. You already have me so no need for a perfect birthday gift. Love you loads”.
On his part, the movie producer had shared dapper photos to celebrate his new age.
To mark his new age, the ‘Almajiri’ actor appreciated God for always encouraging him to be the best version of himself and for guiding him through life.
He expressed his gratitude to Him for the miraculous gift and latest addition to his family, which is his daughter. He also appreciated God for his sold-out show, and the outpour of love he constantly receives. He wrote:
“Plus 1 today! Thank you Lord for all the love and grace I enjoy. Thank you for always encouraging me to be the best version of myself and guiding me through life. Thank you, Lord, for letting me experience what I am experiencing now. I am incredibly fortunate with a lovely and miraculous addition to family this year, sold-out shows at home and abroad, and also with people who show me nothing less of love. Today, all I can think about is bliss. Lord, thank you for this gifts.
“Lord, I thank you for your mercy and grace which are new every morning since I have been on this planet earth. I thank you for your help to see another birthday of mine. I love you, Lord”.
WITHIN NIGERIA recalls Ayo Makun was in a joyous state over his newest achievement.
The actor who was in the UK expressed how excited he was to be a part of the political forum on sustainable development at the United Nations in New York.
Sharing the good news, he revealed that his movie, Almajiri, had bagged 27 nominations.
Ayo Makun hoped to screen the movie for the world’s leaders in the UK.