Award-winning Nollywood actor Kunle Afolayan has reacted as his colleague, Femi Adebayo, celebrates his latest achievement.
Femi Adebayo, on Instagram, celebrated Kunle Afolayan’s conferment as an Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) by the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Kunle Afolayan was honoured with this title alongside other entertainment celebrities such as Ayo Makun, David Adeleke and others.
Sharing a photo of him, Femi Adebayo praised Kunle Afolayan’s undeniable hard work, expressing delight at the recognition and acknowledgement.
He revealed that Afoalyan’s achievement is for the entertainment industry, praying his latest achievement brings more success.
“It is dire fulfilling when one’s hard work is recognized, acknowledged and honoured.
Therefore, I celebrate with my friend & brother Kunle Afolayan on his conferment as an Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) by the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
This is a great achievement for the body of Art at large. May this feat bring more success.
Congratulations 🎉 Omo’ba mi.”
Reacting to the post, Kunle Afolan wrote, “Omo’ya my! Ire ni tiwa.”
Femi Adebayo reacts to his AMVCA loss amidst uproar of fraud and cheating
Just a few days ago, Femi Adebayo reacted to his loss at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA), following an uproar on social media.
Femi Adebayo shared a snippet from his trending movie, Ageshinloke, King of Thieves, on Instagram. He accompanied the video with an appreciation note to his followers and fans who voted for and supported him.
The actor also congratulated the winners from the awards ceremony for their win at the event.
Sharing the video, Femi Adebayo wrote, “THANK YOU ALL for the love, the nominations, the votes & the wins! Congratulations to all winners!”
Femi Adebayo’s post came at a time that Nigerians, including Nollywood stars, expressed displeasure with the just concluded AMVCA show.
Many celebrities on social media expressed their displeasure with the organisers of the show for allegedly cheating and committing fraud with the awards.