Saturday, 26 September 2015

Secret my husband revealed to me at the point of death – late S.M Afolabi wife, Hannah + Reveals secret of her ageless beauty


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Yeye Hanah Afolabi to Asabeafrika...'I dont use any special cream to maintain my body'
Yeye Hannah Afolabi is quite famous among society ladies in the country particularly in her Ibadan, Oyo state abode where she is now a leading producer in the Bottle Water business. The pretty wife of late Chief Sunday Afolabi, former Deputy Governor of the old Oyo state and Minister of Internal Affairs under President Olusegun Obasanjo’s government commands a lot of respect among her cream of friends both in Lagos and Ibadan.
One thing this gorgeous Ibadan based celebrity lady has going for her is her unique fashion sense which stands her out in the crowd. Yeye Hannah Afolabi’s sparkling beauty is still giving a lot of young girls a run for their money as she stuns them day in, day out with her charming look. She was one of the special guests of Chief (Mrs.) Dupe Jemibewon in Ibadan and Orin Ekiti last month during the final burial rites of her father Late Chief John Bosede Ajayi.


Your soar away Africa’s number 1 Celebrity Encounter blog Asabeaafrika got Chief (Mrs.) Hannah Afolabi  talking at Orin as she told us the secret of her beauty at over 50 and what her late husband; Chief SM Afolabi who died under controversial circumstances during the Chief Obasanjo’s regime gave her during his last moment on sick bed. Enjoy the excerpts only on Asabeafrika
Yeye Hannah Afolabi...'I am growing and slowing down'
You are one of the closest friends of Chief (Mrs.) Dupe Jemibewon, how would you describe her and her family?
All I know is that Late Baba John Bosede Ajayi happens to be a member of the church my sister attends in Ibadan, Catholic Church of the Ascension. When I heard that Baba was gone, I felt a pain in my heart because he was a great teacher, a disciplinarian, a man that loves his town, he loves Nigeria and he loves his children. A man of his word, a man that trained his children the way of the Lord, how to be disciplined, educated and self enlightened. A lot of good things have been said about Baba and I believe it is true because my sister told me about Baba. How devoted Baba was in the church and the role he played in educating a set of young ones.

 “I miss so many things about him, I cannot say it all but there is nothing I can do about it, life has to continue because the Holy Bible said ‘Until Death do us apart”.

Yeye Hannah Afolabi with friends, Mrs. Dupe Jemibewon with Pastor Jumoke Ayeni Peters (l) with others
You have been so scarce in the social scene, where have you been?
I decided to go low.
Why?
You know with time, the more you grow and mature in age, the more you want to go on the quite side of life. That is why I took a hiatus off the social scene.
Was there anything that triggered your decision to shun social life?
Not at all, not at all; I wasn’t a lousy person too not even after the demise of my husband; when you have two people and one is no more, you want to feel the vacuum and now that I am now stable I decided to be who I am before the fame that came with my husband’s death.
It occurs to me that you are a very beautiful woman, very charming and unique, are you looking at re-marrying?
No.
This is a serious matter, your beauty is sparkling and people believed you lost your husband too early, is there no suitor asking your hand in marriage?
I don’t want to discuss that (Laughs wryly), I don’t want to discuss that, please. I don’t want to discuss that.
Yeye Hanah Afolabi to Asabeafrika....'I wouldn't really love to talk about re-marriage, please!'
Are you saying you want to remain like this for the remaining of your good life?
Please, I don’t want to talk about it. I am sorry, I am sorry. Please, let’s skip this….for now I don’t want to say anything about marriage.
So, what is the secret of your sparkling beauty?
It is natural, it is just natural. I don’t bleach. I don’t use any other thing than baby oil and that is all. So, my beauty is natural, it is God’s endowed and I return all thanks to God.
When you stormed town yesterday, all eyes went in your direction, there is no doubt that you are very stylish. What does style mean to you?
Style is being simple, being comfortable in your attire. Style is what you put on that makes you feel okay; something that comforts you and makes you elegant at the same time.
Late S. M. Afolabi
So, what do you miss about your husband, Chief SM Afolabi?
I miss so many things about him, I cannot say it all but there is nothing I can do about it, life has to continue because the Holy Bible said ‘Until Death do us apart’. So, he has gone and there is nothing I can do than to move on.
“Yes, I can remember one, while dying on his sick bed he was telling me how he loved me and how he wished he could stay long with me. He expressed sad feelings on how he was going to miss me but he offered some prayers that he will be there for me even in death”.
Yeye Hannah Afolabi...'What my husband gave me is more than material thing'
What was the last gift he gave you before his death?
Yes, I can remember one, while dying on his sick bed he was telling me how he loved me and how he wished he could stay long with me. He expressed sad feelings on how he was going to miss me but he offered some prayers that he will be there for me even in death. He opened the Bible and read a Psalm and prayed for me. He blessed me. That was the last thing he did for me while on his sick bed.
What about material gift?
Material thing is nothing my dear, nothing as strong as the love and passion he exudes. The real and genuine love, agape love that is the biggest gift a man can ever give a woman. That was the gift my husband gave me in his lifetime and I miss him for that but like I said, life has to move on.
So what do you do for a living?
I am into business; I do business and nothing more. I thank God for His mercies over our family.

Gbenga Dan Asabe

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