On April 6, 2023, Fuji Icon, Wasiu Alabi Pasuma lost his mother, Alhaja Kuburat Ashabi Odetola to the cold hands of death and since then, his life has never remained the same. The occasional actor cried and was consoled by his children, baby mamas, close friends, and celebrities in the entertainment industry.
Now, Oganla 1 has announced that he's back in the entertainment industry. He shared a video of himself looking happy and said he's back and better. Pasuma thanked everyone for their prayers and support, praying that God will continue to bless them all.
His caption reads, "Alhamdulillah, I'm back and better. Thanks for your prayers and support my people. More blessings".
This lovely video triggered reactions online as fans and celebrities welcomed him back. Also, they sent lovely remarks as they gushed over him. Top celebrities like Brodashaggi, Iyabo Ojo, Wumi Toriola, Omolara Kasali, Ninalowo Bolanle, Klever Jay, Yemi My Lover, and Yetunde Bakare sent love emojis.
Fuji Queen, Salawa Abeni said, "My younger brother, Ajibola. Evil will never come near you, Insha Allah".
Ajibola Alabi Pasuma is a renowned Fuji singer, entertainer, actor, songwriter, brand ambassador, and brand influencer with over 800,000 Instagram followers. He has been singing for over 20 years.
Alabi released his first album in 1993 and since then, he has been on top of his game. So far, he has released over 20 albums and has also appeared in scores of movies, giving stellar performances.
Pasuma is not officially married but has many baby mamas and children. His first child, Wasilat stays in Canada and the rest of his children live in Atlanta, the US.
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