Popular filmmaker Olajide Kareem better known as Seun Egbegbe has shared heartfelt details of his experience while in prison.
Seun Egbegbe, in an interview with BBC Yoruba, revealed how 95 per cent of those who surrounded him abandoned him while in prison. He, however, stressed that high-profile individuals, who he never expected, were the ones who stood by him.
“95 percent of people that surrounded me that I thought were my friend were my enemies.”
The filmmaker, who said he owed no one an explanation, revealed he was happy he went to prison as he believed God wanted him to learn more about life.
Seun Egbegbe said giving his life to Jesus Christ was his biggest achievement while in prison as he declared he’s now a changed person.
Seun said he doesn’t want to say anything about Toyin out of respect for her and her family. He, however, added that he was happy for her.
In his words:
“Anything about Toyin I don’t want to talk about it let us respect her and her home. She has a husband and a child and I am happy for her.”