“Regret not the kindness you show”- MC Oluomo speaks amidst relationship allegations with Wunmi Ajiboye

Musiliu Akinsanya, commonly known as MC Oluomo, the Lagos state NURTW boss, has spoken out about his alleged relationship with Nollywood actress Wunmi Ajiboye, who is also Segun Ogungbe’s second wife.

According to accounts, the actress had an extramarital romance with the NURTW president while still married to the legendary actor. According to reports, Wunmi Ajiboye is being funded by MC Oluomo.

There have also been rumours that Wunmi Ajiboye has split up with her colleague and spouse for reasons that have yet to be revealed. Although, in a statement published by the actress to clear the air regarding her affair with MC Oluomo, this was only partially corroborated.

The actress clarified that she share a platonic relationship with MC Oluomo.

Following this, MC Oluomo took to his Instagram page to pen a deep note about showing kindness even when it is not reciprocated. The controversial road boss spoke about the admonition of the Holy Quran regarding doing good as an obligation to God.

He noted that regrets should not accompany an act of kindness for God sees and reward justly.

“Being nice to others is an act of charity, a profound principle in Islam. Even if your kindness is not always reciprocated, it is important to maintain your good nature. This is because our actions should not be driven by the expectation of earthly rewards, but by the fulfillment of our obligations to Allah. In the Holy Quran, Allah urges us to do good to each other, for it is in these acts of kindness we find our true purpose and reward.

Life is fleeting, and our end is inevitable, whether we are consumed by greed or live selflessly. It is therefore crucial to focus not on temporary worldly gains, but on fostering kindness and good deeds, as these are the things that truly matter.

Regret not the kindness you show, even if it goes unappreciated, for Allah sees all and rewards justly. Uphold this truth, and strive to be a beacon of benevolence in the world.”

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