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Nigerian Personalities, Iyabo Ojo, Liz Anjorin, ‘Sho Mo Age Mi’ Star Donate to Save Baba Suwe


Nigerian Actress Liz Anjorin, made cash donations towards the recovery of Baba Suwe’s health on Monday, February 18, 2019.

Iyabo Ojo, made an undisclosed cash donation to Baba Suwe and urged her wealthy fans to donate generously to the recovery of Baba Suwe’s health.

In the same vein, ‘Sho Mo Age Mi’ star, Jigan Babaoba visited Baba Suwe and presented an undisclosed cash donation to the ailing actor while he has been urging his fans to make donation

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He needs medical attention in the USA ! After my discussion with him he needs to renew his passport and want to go to the USA where he normally receive his treatment ! We are at JBO foundation and our supporter all around the world would do our little support to make sure baba suwe get back to his fit ! And thanks to all JBO supporters for your contributions from South Africa, Canada, America and all around the world that sent me on this journey to look out and ask him what he needs to be done ! I pray God almighty bless you all and to all ! Get well soon Baba suwe adimeru! @thetimibalogun @guze_image_concept and to all my crew I say thank you all for your kindness ! Let’s make Nigeria a better place ! With all these contributions now my one kobo no Dey inside but I gave up my time and my heart to make sure we put smile on his face !

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Yomi Fabiyi, a former personal assistant to Baba Suwe and an actor cum producer, informed fans of the comedian that donations are being made to save him from the ailment.

Pulse was reliably informed that top movie marketers that include Kazim Adeoti of Adekaz films and Razak Abdullahi of Corporate pictures have also made donations towards saving Baba Suwe.

Fabiyi also stressed that Baba Suwe, who is battling chronic diabetes has been hit by a stroke and will require continuing his treatment in the United States of America.

The actor also announced that the donation towards the project of saving Baba Suwe’s life has yielded over a million Naira in the last 48 hours.

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