Pastors Celebrates Pa Charles Olumo As He Turns 100

During his thanksgiving service, a clergyman named Agbala Gabriel gifted him with a sum of one hundred thousand naira.

Pastors Celebrates Pa Charles Olumo As He Turns 100-TSZ Naija
Pastors Celebrates Pa Charles Olumo As He Turns 100

On July 10th, veteran Nollywood actor Pa Charles Olumo, popularly known as Agbako, celebrated his 100th birthday.

During his thanksgiving service, a clergyman named Agbala Gabriel gifted him with a sum of one hundred thousand naira.

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According to a report by TSZ Naija, numerous celebrities took to their Instagram accounts to celebrate the centenarian by sharing his picture.

Adebayo Salami conveyed his respect, saying, “A highly respected veteran is turning 100 today. This holds great significance for us in the movie industry. May nothing good turn bad in your hands, Pa Charles Olumo.”

Bolaji Amusan, the national president of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), wrote, “Happy centenary birthday to Pa Charles Sanyaolu Olumo… many happy returns, sir.”

Actor Kunle Afod pondered if Pa Charles Olumo is the oldest, adding, “Is this another record from Nigeria?”

Damola Olatunji exclaimed, “Wow! Baba Agbako is 100 years old today. Happy champagne-age birthday, Baba. A true thespian who deserves a national honor. A living legend. I pray that God will continue to keep our oldest actor in good health. Amen.”

Adeniyi Johnson celebrated the actor, stating, “I celebrate you, Baba… Thank God for the good life and sound health… Happy 100th birthday, sir… continue to grow stronger and stronger, BABA AGBAKO.”

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In addition to the clergyman’s gift, fans and well-wishers of the actor also donated a total of N180,000 as a birthday gift. Others gathered at his home to dance and rejoice with the veteran on his special day.

Born on February 19, 1923, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Agbako worked as a mechanic at Tinubu Square in Lagos before starting his acting career in 1953. Known for his action roles in Yoruba films, he has appeared in movies such as “Taxi Driver,” “Jagun,” “Amin Orun,” “Aiye,” “Jayesinmi,” “Soworo Ide,” “Igbo Dudu,” and more.

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