Olofa -Ina died on Thursday without any form of illness.

Nollywood filmmaker and actor Saidi Balogun announced in an Instagram post on Thursday evening.

Sharing the picture of the deceased, the filmmaker wrote: Night Legend chief Deji Akinremi (Olofa Ina) RIP.





Yoruba movie celebrities like Ayo Mogaji, Fathia Balogun, Sola Kosoko, and actor Portable took to the comments section to express their condolences.

Adebayoorignal: Haba baba olofa ina rip sir chai ede mo po arogun omo timi agbale olofa ina omo aje guguru wole ede sunre ooooo

Jumoke_george: OMG 💔💔💔, sleep well egbon mi. May God grant you easy passage and peaceful rest 🙏🙏🙏

Arunah: Chai….the Generation are leaving Rest in Peace papi

Officialkunleadegbite: RIP sir💔💔💔😭😭

Ataba2bu: Haaaa My Mentor in Yoruba💔💔 Ile n je eniyan o RIP baba

Taf_olans😢😢😢😢😢Rest on Baba, may God Almighty forgive your sins and grant you Aljanah Firdaus 🙏🏾

After the news of the demise of renowned actor Musiliu Ajikanle, commonly known as “Baba Ajikanle,” echoed around the country, the Nigerian entertainment industry was rocked by profound grief.

The talented actor passed away just a few steps after regaining full health,  after a seven-year battle with a stroke.

A renowned figure in the Yoruba cinema business who had devoted many years of his life to it was Musiliu Ajikanle.

The experienced actor had recently battled with a stroke, which had adversely impacted both his health and his ability to earn a living.

Amidst his struggles, a glimmer of light emerged as Pastor Agbala Gabriel, a well-known philanthropist and spiritual leader, reached out to the ailing actor. Pastor Agbala, who had a reputation for helping those in need, visited Musiliu Ajikanle at his residence and saw the gravity of his situation.

Touched by the actor’s plight, Pastor Agbala Gabriel embarked on a fundraising campaign to provide financial assistance for Musiliu Ajikanle’s health and well-being. His selfless efforts resonated with both the entertainment industry and the general public, who came forward to support the cause.

Within a short period, the campaign raised over 3 million Naira, a testament to the impact Musiliu Ajikanle had made on the hearts of many. The generous donations poured in from fans, fellow actors, and well-wishers, all eager to contribute to the veteran actor’s care.

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