Veteran actor, Taiwo Hassan who is popularly known as Ogogo has penned an emotional tribute in honor of his daughter, Halima as she clocks a year older today, May 20, 2022.
Sharing photos on his Instagram page, moments ago, the highly respected actor recounted how Halima will cry whenever she was returning to boarding school but now, the table has turned and he doesn’t even wish to let her out of his sight ever.
“Happy birthday to you my precious daughter, a replica in looks and mindless. @limataiwo_
Growing up just seems like magic, just like yesterday when you cried before going to boarding school i was carefree and let you go. Now the table turned we parent are the one who never want you our children to go anywhere.
Happy Birthday, Alima, you have brought soo much to my heart, mind and soul. I love you all dearly, thanks for choosing me as Daddy.
May the Good Lord keep blessing us parents to always have reason to smile over our children.
Happy birthday again my darling daughter.” He wrote
Kemi Filani recalls that last year, Ogogo celebrated his wife’s birthday in the most beautiful way, after she forgave him for taking a second wife.
Sharing beautiful photos of the celebrant, Taiwo Hassan wrote “The good memories of my early days as a young man came wonderful because of your up most support, dedication and understanding.
Life did not come easy and Rosy, but your smile’s and prayer kept me going.
Ajoke, thank you for being one of the puzzle that make a complete Me. You have been an amazing wife , mother and support system.
I wish you all the goodness life can offer as you click another year today.
Happy birthday to you Ajokẹ olubukola aya kulodo long life in good health my lovely wife”
The actor had publicly prayed for his wife’s forgiveness for marrying another wife shortly after recovering from a life-threatening illness.
“I vowed that I would not have a second wife because I never fancied polygamy but
it happened and I believe it was for a reason. It is God’s doing. She felt bad and I begged her. May God give us a good wife; if I had money I could have bought a hummer jeep to
beg my wife but I am not that rich. I made her understand how it happened and that regardless, it would not change anything between us. I begged her to please accept it as our destiny and I appreciate her for her understanding. I asked my younger brother and two of my sisters to help me beg her. When they begged her, she said she believed that it is destiny.”