Nollywood veteran actress, Joke Muyiwa, her son and daughter-in-law are grateful to God this Sunday after they all gracefully survived a ghastly motor accident some hours ago.
The actress took to her page to share a photo from the accident she survived and asked her followers to thank God for the gift of life.
Nollywood filmmaker, Tunde-ola Yusuf, also shared in detail how the accident occurred. He wrote on his page,
thanking God for the life of the veteran Actress @iamjokemuyiwa that of her son @iamthespis her daughter in law and one other who all were involved in Auto crash today February 10th, when her Volkswagen Bora car wheel got hooked on speed.
May God bless her with a new car and continue to guide and guard her and her household. Ewu ina ki pa Awodi, Awodi o ku ewu.
Abayomi Ayeni, a.k.a Thespis, the only child of popular actress, Joke Muyiwa, and a graduate of the Performing Arts from the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, who is also an actor had an interview in 2016
How did you discover your talent for music?
I didn’t start with music, I started out as a drummer. I have been a drummer since I was nine and I play drums very well. I used to play drums in the church. It was there that I later decided to develop myself in it, so when I was 15, I learned how to drum at a music school. Along the line, I began to fall in love with music. The music school opened my eyes to what music really entails. Having discovered this, I decided to make use of the opportunity and I added music to my drum sessions. I have never regretted this rare opportunity.
How has it been since you ventured into music?
As I said earlier, I don’t have any regret. Though the experience has not been much, I started barely two years ago, but I have been able to live up to expectation. I have been enjoying the atmosphere and the industry. I have tried to do some researches and study the industry within the two years. This is why I decided not to rush to record songs. Having cross examined the industry for about two years, I think it is time for me to begin to flaunt my talent and carve a niche for myself.
What has been your drive for music?Aside the fame, connection and money, which one may get as rewards, and which could also serve as a drive, I have developed passion for music so much that it has really shaped my life for good. Music always makes me think. I look up to people like Asa, Lagbaja and the late Fela Anikulapo. At present, my record label, Blaqstunnaz Entertainment and I, are working assiduously to release songs. But then, we are not in a rush to be noticed. We are also not resting on our oars in our collective efforts to give the best to our fans. I believe I will get there someday and I am convinced that I will affect the industry positively with my type of music.