Popular Yoruba Actor, Kareem Adepoju clocks 79.
Baba Wande has been an actor for 52 years.
Legendary Yoruba actor Alhaji Kareem Adepoju, often known as Baba Wande, dedicated his newest film, Agbabiaka, to Lagos governor Babatunde. Raji Fashola in honor of his accomplishments.
In honor of Baba Wande’s 52nd anniversary as an actor, a film is being produced, and its premiere is scheduled. For April 30 at the Civil Centre in Ibadan, Oyo State.
In the previous 12 years, Baba Wande has known Fashola as the governor of Lagos State and subsequently as Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s chief of staff. He praised Fashola as a diligent man.
However the renowned director, well known for his masterpiece Ti Oluwa Nile, is rumored to have spent the last five years on location refining this picture, which many predict would break his previous record.
Movie marketer Mrs. Yemisi Fasugba gave Baba Wande admiration for his work in her assessment of the movie. She finds the movie to be exciting, engaging, fun, and instructive.
Omoba Femi Akinrinwa, the planner of the upcoming premiere, revealed that Saheed Osupa, a musician from Fuji, will be leading other highly regarded musicians, like Shefiu Alao, Gbenga Folape, Los Kenga Ahmerat Ajao, and Tope Akinrinwa, who will be performing at the event.
enormous and that others ought to imitate his excellent qualities. We are honoring him today due to his excellent deeds, and others ought to model themselves after this. We are honoring Adepoju throughout his lifetime because we don’t want to commemorate outstanding individuals after they pass away.
In addition a separate speech, Stephen Kola-Balogun, the state commissioner for youths and sports, stated that Adepoju was a good example for young people to follow.
Still, Kola-Balogun urged the actor to keep using theater to change people’s lives for the better.
Adepoju responded by expressing gratitude to the parliament for honoring him with a special session and calling it a joyful occasion.