Nigerian top movie actor and award winning Nollywood film maker, Richard Mofe-Damijo aka RMD clocked 60 years old on Tuesday, July 6, 2021.
The actor and father who took to his Instagram page shares several jaw-dropping photos to mark his 60th birthday anniversary.
He’s very grateful and immensely thankful for life like a Nollywood movie, giving glory to God for an incredible journey here on earth.
He wrote: “Finally
And it’s my birthday
What an incredible journey
This has been
Yet I won’t tire
Just super grateful
Life like a Nollywood movie
To God be the glory!”
Also, supporters, followers and well-wishers have taken to social media to celebrate the great actor as many took to the comment section of his post to shower praises and birthday wishes on him.
Some of the encomiums read below;
@elvischucks: “@mofedamijo Happy Birthday. More life ! More Grace.”
@dareynow: “60 never looked better! Happy birthday boss.”
@iam_otunba02 “Bros Migwo …HBD To An Elder Brother my Swaglilious Boss 60 looks Good on you sir more Life Nd Blessings. IJN.”
@ebiteinyee: “Happy Blessed Birthday Sir Being your birthday mate alone is a blessing’ Ever Young Zaddy’ Happy Blessed Birthday Sir.”
@dr_utchay: “Happy birthday the the ONE and ONLY RMD!! You make 60 look just like 16! Wishing you Gods abundant blessings.”
@_yeboah.glorge: “Happy 60th birthday RMD, long life,God’s blessings overflow on you.”
@delemomoduovation: “A standing Ovation for the king of the screen RICHARD MOFE DAMIJO, my very special friend and Brother, an African icon, a consummate entertainer, gifted beyond imagination… We’ve remained inseparable since our paths crossed in 1988. We’ve shared many high and low moments but we’ve always triumphed, to the eternal glory of alrighty God. Let the Angels celebrate a good man..Happy 60th birthday RMD BABA…”
Meanwhile, in May, Mr Mofe-Damijo revealed that on turning 60, he will start rocking earrings like he had craved for in the past few years.
According to him, in his 50s, he had wanted to wear them but because he was a Commissioner in Delta State, he decided not to wear them as a result of how the people of his State would feel about an earring wearing commissioner.