Samuel Ajibola aka Spiff, a popular actor in The Johnson’s Comedy series has shared more details on how he met his wife.
Sharing throwback wedding photos, Spiff recounts how his wife used to write his name for noise making in primary school.
“She was my class captain in primary school and always wrote my name as a noisemaker but today we’re happily married”
“I promise to be your defender. You’re my precious, my spiritual healing. You compliment me and indeed my better half. I love you forever”
The actor in a recent interview with Saturday Beats disclosed reasons why he made the marriage move.
According to The Johnsons‘s actor, Spiff, he knew he had found his missing ribs because his wife has some similarities with his mum and her soul is beautiful.
“Right from primary school, I knew that I was either going to settle down with an Igbo woman or a white lady. But I had an 80 percent chance of settling down with an Igbo woman who is fair and comes from a Catholic family.
“Those were the traits of the girls I was usually attracted to. But for my spouse, she had some features that reminded me of my mum when she was younger and since I have so much resemblance to my dad, I knew it was going to be easy to settle down with her.
“I’m also in tune with my spiritual life, so I knew it was meant to be. I saw the signs and messages and I wasn’t going to take chances. When she met my parents, they were also of the opinion that she would be a great wife.
“To be honest, my fiancée is a beautiful soul full of happiness and she is a great person. So, it was not hard convincing my parents that she is good for me. My parents are not tribalists, they were open to receiving anybody.
“I also got a warm reception from my in-laws too. Ours was just a kingdom wedding that was destined to happen. We courted for about two years but we had known a long time that we were destined for each other. We were just waiting for the right time.”
“To be honest, for some years now, I had been long overdue to settle down. But most people did not have an idea about it because I look very young and I play young characters most of the time.
“So, marriage was not what a lot of people or fans ever imagined for me. But I knew that I was of age and I needed to settle down soon to move on to the next phase in life.
“At the point that I knew she was the one for me, I wasn’t going to waste time anymore. As soon as we started getting along and both families had met each other, we were just counting down until when we were ready for it,” he said.
The Johnsons actor added;
“I’m not considering a large family. We are planning (to have) not more than three children, considering the population of Nigeria. It’s really hard to raise children here.