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VETERAN ACTRESS, Mama Rainbow Excitedly Counts Down To Her 80th Birthday, As She Sets To Shut Down Lagos With Elaborate Party(SEE VIDEO)

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Veteran Actress Idowu Phillips popularly known as Mama Rainbow is preparing big for her 80th birthday.

Mama Rainbow, who is set to clock 80 in October, has been counting down to her big day.

Though the date is still far, but preparations are already in order for the event.

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In a video uploaded on CITY PEOPLE TV, Mama Rainbow called on her fans to join her in making the day memorable.

SEE VIDEO

Mama Rainbow no doubt has double reason to celebrate her big day, following her latest achievement on social media.

READ ALSO:Veteran actress, Mama Rainbow remembers husband after 37 years of demise, shares picture – READ HER TOUCHING MEMORY!

The beautiful screen diva shared a video of herself in her new house surrounded by her fans singing praises and prayers for her long life.

Sharing the video online, Mama Rainbow encouraged everyone to be happy, stating there are no scales to balance. She urged everyone to be satisfied through whatever means, even though it is hard.

Mama rainbow also encouraged everyone to press on even when everything seems impossible, stating happiness is the key.

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Written by Ruth Semilore

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