Nigerian comedian Mama Tobi honourably discharged from US Armed Forces

Nigerian comedian Mama Tobi honourably discharged from US Armed Forces

- Comedian Mama Tobi was privileged to serve in the US Armed Forces and has now been honourably discharged

- The comic actor shared photos of his letter and certificate of discharge

- Fans and colleagues were spotted in the comment section congratulating him for his service

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Popular Nigerian comedian, Mama Tobi, known for his popular skits on social media has taken to his page on Instagram to give fans an update about his professional career.

The much-loved comedian disclosed that he has been honourably discharged from the US Armed Forces after serving diligently.

Nigerian comedian Mama Tobi honourably discharged from US Armed Forces

Comic star Mama Tobi honourably discharged from US Armed Forces. Photo: @oluwakaponeski
Source: Instagram

In a letter that accompanied his discharge certificate, the comedian was praised for his honourable service.

The letter read in part:

"It signifies that you have served in a proficient and industrious manner in the defense of your country. No greater honour accrues to any citizen."
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Also sharing the news on his page, the comedian disclosed that serving in the US Armed Forces was a privilege.

In his words:

"It has been a privilege of my life to have served in a proficient and industrious manner."

Mama Tobi’s post was also accompanied with photos of himself while he was still active in service.

See his post below:

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Some fans and colleagues were seen hailing him in the comment section. Read what they had to say below:

capt_oyenekan said:

"Excellent work brooo. Congratulations."

call_me_dammy said:

"Thank you for your service."

thefoxhimself said:

"Corporal Akanbi!! Thank you for your service."

minnadaisy007 said:

"Must have been one hell of a tough ride!!.. Marines are superhumans.. is it the rigorous training you guys go through or the deployment you guys face, no questions asked."
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Meanwhile, previously gathered the report of a lady identified as Winnie Wanjiru, who tried to join the Kenyan military to pursue her childhood dream and passion, but got rejected.

However, when Wanjiru won the Green card lottery in 2015, she relocated and was accepted into the US air force.

Within five years, she rose through the ranks to the position of Staff Sergeant Winnie Adipo at the pilot training base.


Adeyinka Odutuyo is an entertainment/lifestyle journalist at with over three years of working experience in the media industry.

He has a degree in Linguistics and Communication Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo. When he is not writing about celebrities, you will find him blogging about local Nigerian recipes on Instagram (@playfoodbyyinka)

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