- Actor Spiff recently shared a video on his social media page
- The actor revealed that he is moving on from one of the popular TV series he is known for
- Spiff, however, noted that it does not mean he has quit acting
Nollywood actor Samuel Ajibola also known as Spiff on The Johnsons' has announced the end of his role in the TV series.
The actor made the announcement on his official Instagram page to the disappointment of some of his fans.
Samuel noted that he has not quit acting but he is making more time to do other projects.
"For about 10 years now, I have sacrificed my time, dedicated my life as well as all the God-given creativity within me to serving the Spiff character on the Johnsons' Television series which undoubtedly for me, has fulfilled its purpose in bringing entertainment, happiness, and joy to the African continent as well as bringing therapeutic healings to the mind of people from several testimonies I've heard.
"As we all know, nothing lasts forever. everything that has a beginning surely has an end. and as tough as this decision has been for me in the past few years, the time has actually come for me to move on and grow."
Hear him speak below:
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As expected, his fans reacted to his revelation.
Read some comments below:
"Nooooooo what is Johnson without spiff."
"We are definitely gonna miss SPIFF. Proud of you Bro. keep moving."
"Dear Spiff, we will miss. Thank you for all the moments you have brought laughter and thoughtful comic perspective while viewing the Johnsons. I wish you all the best in your new endeavours. Soar unafraid king."
"I go miss you ooo watching you makes my bp regulate. Now I am cutting onions. spiff spiff. I wish you all the best my brother."
"You are a legend bro, we all will definitely miss you. Our own spiff, with raw talent. Wish you all the best."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that actress Rahama Sadau said she is not quitting her career.
The movie star who hosted a question and answer session on her page gave fans the opportunity to ask her things about her they were curious to know the answers to.
A fan identified as Suleiman Yaroo then asked her if she was ready to quit filmmaking for marriage.
In response to the fan, Rahama asked why she needed to do that seeing as it is her job. She went ahead to ask why it seemed okay to have women in other organisations but not in filmmaking.