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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

I was stillborn so my parents had to throw me away — Actress Toyin Abraham

I was stillborn so my parents had to throw me away — Actress Toyin Abraham.

Nollywood actress and producer, Toyin Abraham, has opened up about her life and spiritual gifts. 

She made the revelation in a chat with ThisDay. 

She said: "I’m extremely spiritual. One of the problems I had back then was that I didn’t listen to myself. I would hear the voice of the Lord, and I would see it in my dreams, but I would still want to follow my flesh. 

"But ever since I started following the lead of the Holy Spirit, things have drastically changed for me and I’m extremely happy about it. I’m actually dada – those people that naturally have dreadlocks from birth. Since birth, I have been spiritual. 

"My parents told me that I was stillborn so they had to throw me away. Then there was a clergyman from Ibadan who came to the hospital and asked about me and I was brought back to life. I was told that I never cried or did anything until the day of my naming ceremony. 

"It was the moment they named me Oluwatoyin that I started crying as a baby. 

"Again, when they wanted to shave off my locs they had to tell me it was the Holy Spirit because I didn’t want them to do it." 

She further stated that there are voices in her head. 

She explained: "I decided to have a small circle because there was too much noise in my head. There is always noise around me, both positive and negative. I am not a careful person. My heart is so free. I am someone you can trust with anything. You can do whatever you want to do in my presence." 

Because of her spiritual gifts, Toyin said she attended a Bible college to prepare her for a life as a religious leader. However, everything changed when she was discovered by Nollywood actress Bukky Wright in Ibadan. She starred in her first movie in 2003.

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