Mixed Reactions as Samuel Ajibola quits his role as “Spiff” in “The Johnsons” TV series

Nollywood actor, Samuel Ajibola, popularly known as “Spiff” has announced his exit from the Africa Magic TV series “The Johnsons”.

The actor made this known via Twitter yesterday. His message read: “It’s difficult to let go but it’s time to officially announce on this platform as I quit my role as Spiff in The Johnsons. Thanks to everyone for your undying support and love, I couldn’t have asked for more. I’ve got time on my hands and not much on my side, I’ve to move on.”

Samuel Ajibola on Twitter: “It’s difficult to let go but it’s time to officially announce on this platform as I quit my role as Spiff in The Johnsons.Thanks to everyone for your undying support and love, I couldn’t have asked for more.I’ve got time on my hands and not much on my side, I’ve to move on. pic.twitter.com/l94KHCiwXJ / Twitter”

It’s difficult to let go but it’s time to officially announce on this platform as I quit my role as Spiff in The Johnsons.Thanks to everyone for your undying support and love, I couldn’t have asked for more.I’ve got time on my hands and not much on my side, I’ve to move on.

Amid the farewell messages, some people expressed their opinion as to how his role in the series was ‘unnecessary’. See some reactions below:

Mide 🍥 on Twitter: “The scene from that episode where you thought Jenifer was marrying your dad… 😂 then you finally discovered that it was all done for practice… and you were relieved that she won’t become your “mother-in-law” Lol 🤣😂 Thank you Spiff 🙇‍♂️ That cracks me up every time I remember / Twitter”

The scene from that episode where you thought Jenifer was marrying your dad… 😂 then you finally discovered that it was all done for practice… and you were relieved that she won’t become your “mother-in-law” Lol 🤣😂 Thank you Spiff 🙇‍♂️ That cracks me up every time I remember

Adodo Israel on Twitter: “I have seen you in a few other movies, no bad blood but I wasn’t impressed…so develop yourset some more. That will be hard anyway. All the best. / Twitter”

I have seen you in a few other movies, no bad blood but I wasn’t impressed…so develop yourset some more. That will be hard anyway. All the best.

Ajibola began acting at the age of six when he got his first role in the Opa Williams directed movie ‘Tears of Love’.

He is also famed for being the first Nigerian child actor to win the award for Best Kid Actor for three years in a row and won an AMVCA (Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award) in 2017 for best actor in an M-net comedy series, The Johnsons.

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