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Celebrities And Fans Celebrates As Actress, Madam Saje Signed An Endorsement Deal. [Pictures]

Fausat Abeni Balogun who's popularly known as Madam Saje is a veteran actress, film maker, producer, brand ambassador and brand influencer, with 534,000 Instagram followers.

She has been known as Madam Saje for the past 30 years now and, it's a nickname she got after playing the role of 'Madam Saje' in a 1990 TV series 'Erin Kee Kee'.

She's popularly known in the Yoruba Movie Industry for acting motherly roles. She mostly acts motherly roles, and good at interpreting it. She delivers the character perfectly.

Madam Saje who was born on the 13th of February 1959, is one of the most successful veteran actress, in the Yoruba Movie Industry.

She has built her own home, and also own a car, so she's fulfilled. She's also happily married, and blessed with children.

Madam Saje is still of high demand in the Yoruba Movie Industry, as she's frequently seen in several movies. She's always on movie set from time to time, playing her usual role, which is the motherly roles.

It's a great news for her this beautiful Monday Morning, as she announced her Ambassadorial deal with Frabjous Family and Investment Limited. She just signed an Ambassadorial deal with them, and she's now their newest brand ambassador.

With joy and happiness, she shared the photos of how the deal went on Instagram, and also thanked God for making it come through.

Her fans and fellow Celebrities have been sending shout-out to her. Other Celebrities reposted her post, celebrating her, on her newest achievement.

For those who don't know, Frabjous Family And Investment Limited is a real estate company, that sells land and landed property which is located in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

Congratulations Madam Saje (mummy). More blessings.

See screenshot of reactions from fans and Celebrities below.

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