Actor Kolawole Ajeyemi celebrates wife, Toyin Abraham as she set to release her new movie (photos)

Nigerian actor and filmmaker, Kolawole Ajeyemi, took to social media to celebrate his wife, Toyin Abraham, as she successfully wrapped up filming her upcoming cinema movie, titled ‘Malaria’.

In an Instagram post that quickly gained traction, Kolawole Ajeyemi shared a photo of Toyin Abraham and penned a short heartfelt caption to honor his wife’s hard work and dedication to her craft.

He wrote, ” Congratulations Love 🎉💪🏾.”

The couple’s followers and fans joined in the celebration, flooding the comments section with congratulatory messages and well-wishes.

One fan wrote, ” Power couple. Both of you are giving me joy as you keep supporting each other progress. God will continue to keep your home and marriage in Jesus name. Amen 🙏 You inspire single ladies that also want to achieve greatness in life that we can have a man who allows his progress as his life is progressing too. I celebrate sir. More wins in Jesus name. Amen.

Toyin Abraham had earlier taking to social media to celebrates as she wrap her upcoming cinema movie titled ‘Malaika’ after 33 days on movie set.

Malaika is a spiritual-themed movie that showcases the strength of African women and the many journeys they walk to become mothers.

The movie features casts like Destiny Etiko, Emeka Ike, Ruby Ojiakor, and Muyiwa Ademola.

She wrapped it up with an appearance from the Erelu of Lagos, Chief Abiola Dosunmu, who prayed for the cast and crew.

She caption the video with “After several weeks of prep and 33 days of shoot we call it a wrap!!!. #MalaikaTheMovie is coming and I can’t wait to share this amazing body of work with you all.

There is no better way to wrap than having The Erelu of Lagos herself, the traditional aristocrat, the regent and The Queen Mother, Chief Abiola Dosunmu on set for an amazing scene. Thank you Mama.

When the idea of #Malaika came to my mind, I thought this is a perfect way to showcase the resilience, strength and courage of African women and the many journeys they walk to become mothers. This is one powerful story that is important we tell and Mama Dosunmu said “I will do it”.

Thank you mummy for putting a smile on my face, Agba yin ma dale, e ni subu, e ni fi owo gbe omo sin

To all the crew and cast on Malaika, this is also your moment for strength, hard work, passion and perseverance and I say thank you, God bless your work. This victory is yours.”

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