SOBRIQUET: Woli Agba.
DATE OF BIRTH: November 20th, 1982.
RELIGION: Christianity & Muslim.
STATE OF ORIGIN: Osun State, Nigeria.
–- Michael Ajewole – (Dad)
–- Bolanle OSundare Ajewole – (Mom)
SPOUSE | GIRLFRIEND: Married (as of 2021).
OCCUPATION: Film Maker, Comedian, Content Creator, Cinematographer, Actor, MC[Master of Ceremony], Director, COMPERE.
GENRE: Freestyle Comedy.
LANGUAGES: Yoruba, Pidgin, English.
LABEL: Self Signed.
YEAR ACTIVE: 2002 – till date.
— Elementary School: loading….
— Middle School: Baptist Secondary School Oke Ado Ibadan
— High School: Baptist Secondary School Oke Ado Ibadan
— College: Lead City University Ibadan.
— COURSE STUDIED IN COLLEGE: Economics.
NET WORTH: $200,000 (as of 2021).
SOURCE OF WEALTH: Film making/comedy, brand deals.
INSTAGRAM: Ayo Ajewole (WOLI AGBA)
FACEBOOK: Woli Agba.
TWITTER: Woli Agba
TIKTOK: Woli Agba
YOUTUBE: Woli Agba YPM
Ayo Ajewole (Woli Agba) is a comic Yoruba-Nigeria gospel comedian and also a gospel singer. Woli Agba was born on 20th of November 1982. Woli Agba spent most of his childhood and teenage in Ibadan as that was where his parent to reside right from time. Ayo Ajewole is a Nigeria-based philanthropist whom derives joy in making be happy with his comic acts despite the fact that he didn’t anything relating to theater acts during his school days.
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba) EDUCATIONAL CAREER
Ayo Ajewole attended Baptist Secondary School Oke Ado Ibadan in 1998 and graduated as class 2004.
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He furthered his tertiary institution and graduated from Lead City University Ibadan where he studied Economics.
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba) SKILLS
According to the information we gathered, Ayo Ajewole made it known that he’s ghat not more of other skills compared to making people’s 24/7 struggles eased by being entertained with his comic comedy skits. Wherefore Comedy happens to have upper hand in his “skill’s graph”.
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba) NET WORTH
As of 2021, Woli Agba is estimated to worth $200,000.
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba) MARRIAGE
Ayo Ajewole(Woli Agba) got engaged with Olaife Ajewole on March 2017.
|Woli Agba et Wive|
According to him, he said meeting his wife was one of the best miracle that has ever happened to him as though he has prayed about it…. (Full Woli Agba and Wife interview is down below ↓↓↓).
AWARDS AND EVENTS
Woli Agba happens to have won a lot of Awards and commendations from fans and award distributors.
He won awards like; “Best Yoruba Gospel Comedy Skit Of The Year” and lot’s more
Apart from that, he was officially signed by “steeling homes limited” as their ambassador and advertiser.
DEATH OF WOLI AGBA’s DAD
On March 12th 2015, Ayo Ajewole(Woli Agba) loses dad to the cold hand of death. And according to the info we gathered, the burial ceremony took event at Ibadan.
|Woli Agba’s Dad|
The event started with Artiste Day organised in Honour of their late father who was their number one fan, on Thursday 12th March, followed by the Christian Wake-Keep.
|Dancer’s at Woli Agba’s dad burial|
The artiste day was graced by lots of gospel ibadan based artistes like Yetunde Are, Big Bolaji, Senwele Jesu, Femi Solar, Shola Allyson, Atabatubu, Tracy world, Tope Ayanfe, Babatunmise, Isaac foreign, Folly, dance and drama corp members Oyo state, Ijala Jesu, Ilesanmi Ibukun, Banji/Tomiwa (anointed dance drama), Prince Goke Bajowa, Princess tosin, Solid baba, Shetemi, Imoyosola, Pastor Chinko, Baba orror, Dr Frick, Space Fm man, Comedian Peteru, Olayemi Esan Just Pye, Seun and Friends, Adesewa and aburo, Eniola, Olamide, Tracy, Anu Akinboni & lots more.
|Woli Agba et Big Bolaji and Femi|
The event was spiced up by NYSC Oyo State dance group and Femi Oorun entertained the invited guest. The Christ chosen Dance drama group also presented a well composed studio recorded anthem for the late Pastor Michael AJewole.
|Michael Ajewol burial|
Biography of the late Pastor Michael Ajewole(Woli Agba’s Dad)
Pastor Michael Ajewole, Woli Agba’s father was born about 65 years ago in IJeda IJesha now in OSUN state of Ngeria to the family of Chief Karimu and Idowu AJewole of blessed memories.
|Woli Agba at Burial|
He started his academic career at IJesha local Education Authority school Ijeda between 1961-1967 he came to Ibadan to learn fashion designing at home dame and son. In march 1972 he started his own fashion designing named Micho & Tolus. In 1976 he got married to his heartthrob Bolanle OSundare.
He was a Bonafide member of Christ Apostolic Church Agbokojo before he finally move to Christ Apostolic Church Oke-Igbala Ayo Molete. At C.A.C Oke Igbala Ayo Molete,
|Woli Agba And Brother|
He was a member of the choir and Sunday school teacher. He was there till 1990 and was Honoured with the position of Elder. In 1991 he joined The Redeemed Christian church of God where he rose to the post of deacon. In 2006, he was called by God to shepherd and Found “Lift-up Christ Evangelical Church Kobomoje” till his last breathe
WOLIA GBA VS ANONYMOUS WOLI AGBA
Recently, somewhat around OCTOBER 12th, 2017, Ayo Ajewole(Woli Agba) had a clash with an anonymous poster of his skit on Facebook whom used Woli Agba as his page name as a result of Woli Agba not having Official Facebook handle(as at then).
|Woli Agba Clash|
And he went extra miles in acting as Woli Agba, as though he never scammed anyone with the act. Rather, according to him, he’d redirect people to Woli Agba if there happens to be any business or show invitation from client.
During the clash, Woli Agba took his IG handle to showcased his feelings and reaction to the act whereby he posted;
|Woli Agba Clash Response|
“Okay let me clear the air about this fake Facebook page by one Mr Woli.
Beloved Mr anonymous,
You confidently took my pictures, and put my names, my number and address just to deceive my people on Facebook that a page you made belongs to me. You upload my videos not minding the stress I go through to get those videos done and you still confidently assure them that they will be getting new episodes of Woliagba’s videos after you have won lot of them to your page with the videos? 😣😣😣
God is over you! 😷
My official page on FB is Woliagba-FPM @woliagbaayoajewole
On YouTube is AyoAjewole Woliagba YPM
IPM, we have built IPM together to this level, and we are still building it.
THE TWO ADDRESSES UP THERE MUST BE BUILT! 👆👆👆 New videos will be going on those pages first before coming to IG.
#supportdaddy #makedaddyhappy #daddyneedsyoursupportnow
AYO AJEWOLE ON INTERVIEW
In one of the interview had with Ayo Ajewole(Woli Agba) where he explained what prompt him into comedy and as well led to his limelight. In the interview the Osun State-born comedy merchant, “Alfa Sule was the mistake of a man. We went to stage a drama somewhere which was titled ” Soji, Mummy Soji, Daddy Soji and Alfa Sule.
“This man was so interested in the drama, such that the only thing he could remember was the part played by Alfa Sule. This same man was at another programme where he wanted us to perform. He was like this guys, I have forgotten their names. Put Alfa Sule there, he ordered.
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When we arrived at the event and Alfa Sule was asked to mount the stage and thrill the audience, we got confused and asked ourselves, who is Alfa Sule? He appeared and said ‘it is you guys. You performed a drama that has something to do with that name. I don’t know your name, but all I could remember is Alfa Sule, he enthused.
That was how the name was popularized in Ibadan in 2002″, Ayobami said.
Speaking further, the Economics graduate from Leeds University, Ibadan, revealed that he is a gospel artist and a comedian that combines music with drums and choreographic drama.
“Comedy has always been part of me. It is an inborn talent. Of all the gifts a man could have, acting has to be inborn, such that whenever I’m woken up to perform, i know what to do”, he explained.
Asked what else he does besides creating humour, he said “basically, this is what I do, this is what I am being known for and honestly, I am fulfilled as an artist”, Ayobami stated.
Commenting on the entertainment industry blended with comedians, the light complexioned Merrymaker asserted that “we just need to be happy and forget the stress of working 24hours everyday. We all need someone to ease our stress, so coming into the entertainment industry has added so much value into it”, he declared.
On his words for aspiring youths, Woli Agba admonished thus “wait for your time. Everything in life has its own time. Woli Agba rose to stardom in 2009, but we have been on it since 2002. It took us 7years of hardworking and consistency before we are known and become the choice of all and sundry.
“Youths should be creative, committed and remain focused in whatever you are doing. God has time for everything. You will sure hit your target somedays if you don’t relent. That’s my words for them”, he submitted.”
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba)’s FAMILY MEMBERS:
– Femi Ajewole – (Brother).
– Michael Ajewole – (Dad)
– Bolanle OSundare Ajewole – (Mom)
– Olaife Ajewole – (Wife)
– Prophet Sogo Ajewole – (Brother)
AYO AJEWOLE (Woli Agba) Hook Up Interview with his wife(Olaife Ajewole)
How did you meet your spouse?
Woli Agba: We met at the venue of a church program. My group and I were invited to minister at a church in my wife’s school, Kogi State University.
Was it love at first sight?
Woli Agba: For me, it was love at first sight. In fact, it was marriage at first sight. On that first day that I set my eyes on her, I told her that she would be my wife.
Olaife: For me, it was not love at first sight because I didn’t believe he was serious when he expressed his mind. However, in a very short time, I discovered I had feelings for him hiding somewhere in my heart.
What qualities did you see in your spouse that convinced you he/she was the one?
Woli Agba: I saw a wife. I saw a perfect partner for me. She sings, speaks good English and she is naturally beautiful even without makeup and these are some of the qualities I look out for in a woman. I know God has a hand in it because I met her after a prayer retreat I had, and I saw a sign when I met her.
Olaife: I saw a focused man who made me happy. I laughed uncontrollably the first time we talked. I asked him so many questions and he answered all of them convincingly.
How did you propose to her?
Woli Agba: Like I said, it was marriage at first sight. I saw her in the midst of a crowd, but I singled her out and told her that she would be my wife. When our relationship clocked one month, I made a proposal to her to commit myself more to her and to make her believe that I was serious.
How would you sum your marriage experience so far?
Woli Agba: My marital experience has been so sweet. Although, I was initially scared of getting married because of some broken marriages I saw in my neighborhood, coupled with the fact that people told me that women change after they get married. However, our case is different, and I can boldly say that marriage is sweet.
Olaife: He has said it all. Marriage is wonderful; it brings peace, and is sweet.
How often do you quarrel?
Woli Agba: Sincerely, we hardly quarrel; it’s very rare. My wife is my friend and I always enjoy having her around me. We are free with ourselves and we gist about virtually everything; there’s nothing we don’t talk about. I miss her company and delicacies whenever I am not home. She knows what I don’t like and vice versa. She knows when to say sorry. I likewise make her happiness my watchword. We love to be happy.
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Olaife: The chance of us quarreling is very slim because my husband is reasonably playful. I laugh uncontrollably at home every time as if I’m at a comedy show. He loves making the atmosphere lively. It’s not like we don’t get angry but God has always been helping us that occasionally when we have disagreements, it does not last long before issues are resolved.
Who usually apologises first when you have disagreements?
Woli Agba: She does actually.
Olaife: I do because whenever he is unhappy, the house would be boring. And of course, I am the lady, so even if I am not wrong, I would apologise for peace to reign.
How do you cope with your husband’s female admirers?
Olaife: During courtship, it was difficult for me but since we got married, I know I’m his wife, so I need not worry. And of course, he helps me by telling me about his admirers. I also pray for him.
Why do you think celeb marriages don’t often last?
Woli Agba: The only factor that destroys celebrity marriages is pride. If pride can be dealt with, marriages will last. Fame brings pride when care is not taken. The fact that the celeb is the talk of the town may have gone to his or her head and the spouse will likely suffer from it. A female celeb will have bigwigs in the society as fans, and this may make her despise her husband. Same goes for the man, because ladies would always flock around him. Pride would make him feel his wife would be the loser if she leaves him. However, humility will make the man ensure that he praises his wife and adores her when necessary.
What pet names do you have for each other?
Woli Agba: She calls me honey.
Olaife: He calls me my wife, iyawo Ayo (Ayo’s wife) and honey’s wife.
What is unique about your marriage?
Woli Agba: I don’t think there is anything new again. But all the things that make a good marriage reflect in our home. We are the final audience of ourselves. Anything we have discussed is settled in our minds. We don’t need to talk to any other person after we have discussed.
Can you recall the most memorable time of your marriage?
Woli Agba: Everyday is memorable for me. But one that stands out was the day I organised a surprise birthday celebration for my wife. I had to hide her family and friends at her workplace unknown to her before she got to the office.
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Olaife: The most memorable time was my birthday surprise. On that day, I got a call from my boss that I should quickly report to the office; not knowing it was the handwork of my husband. He even dropped me off at the office, not knowing that he had planted my family and friends at one of the offices already decorated to surprise me.
Does your husband partake in household chores?
Olaife: Though he is usually busy, but he does some chores partially.
Does he cook?
Woli Agba: Yes, I cook.
Olaife: Yes, he can cook water.