• Is Sam Ajibola, aka Spiff quitting acting??? No. According to him, it’s time for him to move on and grow into other purposes in life where he will be able to take on new “acting” challenges.
Nigerian actor Samuel Ajibola popularly known as Spiff has announced he’s no longer going to take the role of Spiff on the The Johnsons television series.
The actor who stated this in a video posted via his Instagram page on Friday, May 7, 2021 revealed it’s about 10 years he sacrificed his time and dedicated his life and creativity to serve as Spiff character on the family TV series.
He added that it’s time for him to move on and equally grow into other purposes where he can find more ways to entertain people with his acting prowess. And this means that he’s not quitting acting yet.
Spiff appreciated everyone who has been supporting him as well as the crew members of The Johnsons series who allowed him to showcase one of the many sides of his limitless creative talents.
His statement reads; “Hey guys! So I have an important message to bring to the general public. For about 10 years now I have sacrificed my time, dedicated my life, as well as all of the God-given creativity within me to serving Spiff character on The Johnsons television series which undoubtedly for me, has fulfilled its purpose in bringing entertainment, happiness and joy to the African continent, as well as bringing therapeutic healings to the bodies and minds of our people from several testimonies I’ve heard.
“But as we all know, nothing lasts forever and everything that has a beginning definitely has an ending. And as tough as this decision has being for me to make in the past few years, the time has come for me to move on and grow into other purposes as I’m in check of new challenges and other ways to entertain our people, through other various projects.
“I would like to thank the producers of the show for allowing me to showcase one of the many sides of my limitless creative talents, as well as all of the fans who have given me the fulfilment in enjoying that character.
“But most importantly I would like to say that I’ve not quit acting. It only means that I’m making more time to be able to fulfill other purposes and to do other things. Thank you and God bless.”
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