Adesola Omidina, the first son of veteran comic actor, Baba Suwe, has written an open letter to Nigerians to appreciate them for coming to the family's aid in taking care of their father's medical expenses.
His letter comes just a few days after his dad got admitted to Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) for treatment.
See the full letter below,
It gives me great pleasure to express the gratitude of our family to every Nigerian/Baba Suwe's fans, Non-Nigerians home and abroad.
Starting with my mother, His Excellency Vice President Yemi Osinbajo (Ori idobale ni mo wa sir), TAMPAN President & Members, Movie Marketers, Late Barrister Aturu & his wife, Mr. & Mrs Segun Rasco, Mr. & Mrs. Whesu (Awokoya) Pittsburgh, Mr. Kola Olotu, Mr. Yomi Fabiyi, Jamaica Hospital New York, Federal Ministry of Health, Lagos University Teaching Hospital(LUTH) staff, Nollywood Colleagues, Media Houses, Journalists, bloggers, Human Rights NGOs, clergymen and so on. Kindly pardon me if any omission.
On behalf of Omidina family, I like to deeply thank everyone for your countless support, financially, morally and otherwise. The love shown to my father Babatunde Omidina (a.k.a Baba Suwe) is so enormous and extraordinary, especially in the last 6days. The contributions and those still contributing to my father's road to recovery are unimaginable and unthinkable. This is simply Pure Love.
I can see the favour and grace of God in my dad's life. It is our prayers that in few months time, with your continued prayers and support, he will return fit, healthy again and back to the screen. He sends his deepest appreciation and will, of course, do personally later.
The family will never forget this unique love, care and acceptance. God bless all the hands that giveth, they SHALL NOT LACK. Our family wish everyone the best of sound health and prosperity.
With sincere humility and gratitude.
Adesola Omidina (@twenty2ndstudios)
For: OMIDINA FAMILY.
It would be recalled that we reported earlier that actor, Yomi Fabiyi revealed that they have been able to gather millions for Baba Suwe's treatment of his ill health.