TAMPAN to Honor Veteran Actor Charles Olumo as He Turns 100

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. The Theatre Arts and Motions Pictures Practitioners in Nigeria (TAMPAN) is preparing to pay tribute to Charles Olumo, popularly known as Baba Agbako, a veteran actor in the Nigerian film industry.

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Kemi Filani reported that Baba Agbako celebrated his 100th birthday, receiving warm wishes from numerous Nollywood stars.

TAMPAN’s Celebration Event for Baba Agbako

TAMPAN announced that it will honor the veteran actor on Thursday, July 20th, at the Excellent Event Centre in Mosan, Abeokuta.

The news was shared on TAMPAN’s official Instagram page, creating anticipation for the upcoming event.

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Birthday Wishes and Prayers Pour In

To mark the milestone age of Baba Agbako, many Nollywood stars, fans, and well-wishers took to social media to send their birthday wishes.

Biola Bayo, among others, prayed for renewed strength for the veteran and suggested raising funds as a birthday gift.

Muyiwa Ademola Appeals to Guinness World Records

Muyiwa Ademola, another prominent actor, made an urgent plea to the Guinness World Records.

He shared a video on his Instagram page, calling on the organization to recognize Charles Olumo Agbako as the oldest and most agile Nigerian film actor.

Muyiwa Ademola requested that the Guinness World Records issue a certificate to acknowledge this remarkable achievement.

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Surprise Cash Gifts from Biola Bayo and Pastor Gabriel

Biola Bayo, along with admirers of Baba Agbako, pleasantly surprised him on his birthday.

Biola Bayo revealed on her Instagram page that she had sent a monetary contribution to support the veteran actor and encouraged her fans to do the same.

Additionally, Pastor Gabriel presented Baba Agbako with a gift of N100,000, while fans and supporters collectively donated N180,000 to commemorate his special day.

Celebration of Charles Olumo’s Legacy While He is Still with Us

The outpouring of love and generosity towards Charles Olumo Agbako underscores the deep admiration and respect he has garnered throughout his career.

Biola Bayo’s call for celebration while he is still alive echoes the sentiment of many who appreciate his contributions to the Nigerian film industry.

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The event organized by TAMPAN serves as a testament to Baba Agbako’s enduring legacy in Nigerian cinema.

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