- Two popular Yoruba actors Akin Olaiya and Itele D Icon are currently in the city of Saudi Arabia for lesser hajj
- The actors flooded their individual pages with photos from the spiritual journey
- Fan and followers were seen in their comment section with prayers and well wishes for them
Popular Nigerian actors Akin Olaiya and Ibrahim Yekini Bakare popularly known as Itele D Icon, are currently on holy pilgrimage in the city of Mecca.
The actors who are mostly popular for their roles in appeared to have visited the country for the lesser hajj, which is much different from the main hajj expected of all Muslim faithfuls that are capable.
Olaiya and Bakare were both donned in white outfits in the pictures they shared on their pages.
However, it is not certain if the Nollywood stars embarked on the spiritual journey as a team or if they went individually.
In one of the photos shared on both of their pages, Olaiya and Bakare were seen side by side posing for a quick selfie.
Olaiya while sharing his photos accompanied it with a caption stating that his naysayers would be shocked by what he has planned for 2020.
See his post below:
His colleague on the other hand accompanied his pictures with a caption that appears to be an Islamic supplication.
See his post below:
Fans and supporters of both actors were seen in their comment section showering them with prayers and good wishes.
Read some below:
babatee.1:"May Allah bless your great intentions and increase you more and more"
african_pencilg: "God will answer your prayers"
risikatoluwaseyi: "May Almighty Allah accept it as an act of Ibadah"
aminat_ola_diamond: "Blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence… The Lord bless you and keep you"
In a similar hajj related story, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a dedicated fan who prayed for him In a video that made the rounds on social media, the lady was heard offering supplications on behalf of the music star and his fans.
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