Dele Omo Woli Agba Is Plus One – IPM Progress

Dele Omo Woli Agba

Popular Nigerian Gospel Comedian and comic act, Ayo Ajewole, popular known as Woli Agba, has sent a bunch of prayers and wishes to his comedy son, Mide Oladimeji, who is popularly called ‘Dele Omo Woli Agba’.

It could be recalled that ‘Dele Omo Woli Agba’ recently tie the knot with the love of his life,¬†Kehinde Oluwabunmi.

Woli Agba has on Thursday morning sent Dele fatherly wishes on his birthday, wishing him more blessings of God.

See message below as posted by Woli Agba.

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“May the God of all grace bless you on this special day of yours even as you increase in age. This day speaks so much about you, may all the blessings that come with a new dawn rest on you today and throughout this new year.”

“Dele Omo Woli, Happy birthday to you dear prophetic son. May your years be long, May you have reasons to rejoice throughout this new year and beyond.”

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He added, IPM, celebrate our choir chord oooo. Mayazondo party.

Lol. recall that Dele is also well known with the word ‘Mayazondo’.

In another news, 9jatoday had reported that four women have been arraigned before a Federal High Court in Enugu has been jailed on the charges of child trafficking.

According to the report which was made available on Wednesday, the court has sentenced four women to six months imprisonment each for allegedly engaging some minors to beg for alms for them.

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Justice R.O Oghoghorie, sentenced Chinasa Ugwu, 28; Mary Effiong, 19; Grace Bright, 25 and Happiness Asuquo, 20.

The four women have, however, pleaded guilty to the charges against them.

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), charged Ugwu, Effiong, Bright and Asuquo with trafficking and child abuse.

In Justice Oghoghories ruling, he gave the women an option to pay a fine of N10, 000 each for bail.



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