She featured in many TV series like Village Headmaster and Checkmate of blessed memory.
Bukky Ajayi was the Industry Merit Award winner of the 2016 AMVCA. She received her award, which was the highlight of the Awards Night, on a wheelchair and with tears rolling down her eye in gratitude.
It was an emotional sight as she pleaded for forgiveness from anyone whom she might have offended in the past decades of her career.
“I just want to say to all my friends and non-friends thank you very much, you do not know how much this award means to me,” the Nollywood veteran said.
“If I have offended in one way or another please find it in your heart to forgive me and if you think you have offended me, don’t worry I have forgiven you a long time ago.
“I am very happy from the bottom of my heart. I wish I could stand up but if I do I will fall but you all standing for me I say thank you,” she said. She featured in Nollywood productions like Thunderbolt, Mother of George, Indecent Girl, Diamond Ring and Witches.
She starred in the Guinness 2003 promotional film, Critical Assignment, along with Richard Mofe Damijo, who clocked 55 on the day she died.