- Actress Madam Saje recently shared stunning photos to celebrate her special day online
- The veteran Yoruba actress said she is grateful that God made her see a new year
- Madam Saje stated that she wishes herself pure happiness that never ends
Yoruba actress Fausat Ayinke popularly called Madam Saje is filled with gratitude as she recently turned a year older on Saturday, February 13.
Prior to her big day, the actress had been sharing lovely photos of herself, noting that she couldn't wait to congratulate herself.
On her big day, Mada Saje had another set of beautiful photos to celebrate as she expressed thanks to God for making her see another year.
In the photos, the veteran film star was donned in a traditional Yoruba outfit. She had the modern headgear on and her neck was decorated with beads as she posed for the camera.
In the caption that accompanied her post, she said:
"On my special day, I want to thank God for granting me yet another year, Today, my heart is full of nothing but gratitude, just want to wish myself pure happiness that never ends, I certainly consider myself to be one of the luckiest people in this world, which is why on my birthday, I don't want to ask God for anything but thank Him for all the good things He has blessed me with over the years. Happy Birthday to me Fausat Ayinke Mojisola Balogun, Madam Saje ti o loga Olorun loga e."
Check out her lovely photos below. Swipe left to see more:
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actor Jide Awobona celebrated his birthday with 3 stunning outfits.
Awobona, in the mood of celebration, shared lovely photos of himself to mark his special day.
In one of the photos, the actor was spotted in a sky blue suit and a black shoe. Awobona then placed a navy blue-coloured jacket on his shoulder with the same hat to match.
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