Actor Olaiya Igwe Prostates and Roll on floor after gifted Him a Benz


Nollywood actor Olaiya Igwe couldn’t keep calm as former NURTW boss MC Oluomo surprised him in grand style.

MC Oluomo’s son, King Westt, shared the good news on his Instagram story. He revealed that his father surprised the actor with the car to honour him for his loyalty.

According to him, when one is loyal, they always get what belongs to them. In the adorable video, Olaiya Igwe was taken aback and shocked as he gifted him the new car.

The actor rolled on the floor and prostrated to appreciate him for the sweet gesture.

“My dad surprised actor Olaiya Igwe with a new Benz, it’s actually good to be good”

“See how he pushed him, he was scared.

When you’re loyal you will always get what belongs to you”.

Nollynaijanews recalls singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, had bagged a free movement assurance from Lagos state NURTW branch chairman, Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly known as MC Oluomo.

This move came after his rant on social media landed him in deep trouble with the Nigerian Police.

A video that found its way to the internet captured when MC Oluomo warned Lagosians against stopping Portable’s access to any part of the state.

MC Oluomo claimed he is in charge of Lagos state by mentioning some parts of the state, including by mentioning some parts of the state, which include Agege, Oshodi, Lekki, and Iyana Ipaja, among others.

Portable, present during the video session, expressed joy and happiness for the freedom of movement he gained from the NURTW boss.

Nigerians who reacted to this development claimed the singer would soon misbehave as that was his norm and character.

According to reports, veteran Yoruba Nollywood actor Ebun Oloyede popularly known as Olaiya Igwe had recommended Portable to MC Oluomo.

Another video that emerged from Portable’s visit to MC Oluomo captured Olaiya Igwe recommending the singer to the Lagos state transportation boss.

According to the veteran actor, Portable is a generous man who has taken after MC Oluomo’s generosity and principles of giving even when you don’t have enough.

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