Doyin Hassan the popular Mount Zion actor has revealed he thought he wouldn’t survive the death of his wife, who passed on six months ago.Speaking during an Instagram Live session, he said, “I am surviving. My wife was everything to me. She was an encourager.
My wife passed on unexpectedly because she was not sick. We had been married for almost 10 years before her demise. If one has a spouse that is supportive of one’s vision and the person is very experienced in that field, it makes things a lot better. I am not talking about a wife that is submissive and supportive. I am talking about getting married to a forerunner in the field that one operates.
If I was feeling lazy and could not pray, she was the one that usually pushed me. That is the kind of spouse everybody should aspire to have. When my wife died, I did not know I could survive it because I feel her presence all the time. When I think about her or remember the things she used to say, I begin to laugh alone. I had heard so many things about her before we got married but when we tied the knots, I realized that she was even holier than what I saw on the peripheral level”. He said
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News reports have it that the actor’s wife of 10 years, Bolanle died on Wednesday, 9th December 2020, at the age of 57.
The cause of death was not made public, and the late Bolanle was buried on Friday, 18th December.
Hassan and his wife met at Mount Zion Drama Ministries where the actor played several roles. Bolanle also acted in several Christian movies, especially in Mount Zion movies.
Hassan was an Associate Professor at the Lagos State University (LASU) before he relocated to Canada with his family.
Aside from his numerous roles in gospel flicks, Hassan also acted in Nigerian Classic films like “Died Wretched” (1998), “Arrows of God” (1998), “Sango” (1999), “Saworoide” (1999), “Agogo-Eewo” (2003), “Campus Queen” (2003), “Arewa” (2003), among many others.
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