Spiff parts ways with The Johnsons

With more than 10 years acting in the popular TV show as one of its funny acts, Samuel Ajibola, who plays the comical role of Spiff has revealed that he would not be part of the show anymore.

As soon as he made the announcement public, fans’ reaction trailed his post with most of them asking what could have led to his decision to quit after emerging as one of the most popular characters of the show over the years.

While he didn’t state reasons for quitting the show, Ajibola said he has had a great time being part of the family and would cherish every minute they all shared together on set.

Speaking about his future after leaving the show, the actor said he would not dwell on what next he would be doing for now, adding that he has plans lined up for him to keep entertaining his fans across the world through other means.

According to him, it is difficult to let go, but “it is time to announce that I have quit my role in The Johnsons. Thanks to everyone for the undying love and support as I couldn’t have asked for more.”

He, however, added that though he has more time in his hands, he doesn’t have much time on his side; hence the need to move on.

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