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Actress, Iyabo Ojo visits her mum’s grave to celebrate her 70th posthumous birthday (video)

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Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo visited her mum’s grave with flowers on Tuesday, August 10th to celebrate her posthumous birthday.

The beautiful screen diva shared the video of the heartwarming moment she visited her mum’s graveside to celebrate her 70th posthumous birthday on her Instagram page.
Iyabo Ojo’s mum, Late Mrs Victioria Olubunmi Fetuga’s gra died in November 2020.

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A video the mother of two shared on social media captured the moment she placed flowers on her mum’s grave, sang birthday songs and said words of prayers.
Sharing the video she wrote

“Happy 70th birthday to my beautiful mama in heaven keep shining from heaven……. My guiding angel”.
Meanwhile, the actress also penned an emotional tribute to her mum on her 70th posthumous birthday. Sharing an adorable video of some of the moments they shared when she was alive, Iyabo wrote;
“It’s your birthday today my darling sweet mother
words alone can’t describe how much I miss you, words alone can’t describe how much I love you, words alone…. it can never do me justice ….. but today is your day so I will put all my pain and emotions aside & join heaven to celebrate your heavenly 70th birthday.
I celebrate you sweet mama, I love you pretty mama & I know that you are celebrating with all the angels in heaven too. enjoy your day & be rest assured that I will keep winning for both of us I miss you so so so soooooooooooooooooooooooo much, I seriously do, my heart goes out to you every single day birthday girl. my darling guiding angel happy birthday in heaven”

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“My dad never remained the same since his “matter with the NDLEA” – Late Baba Suwe’s son, Adebowale speaks

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My father never recovered from NDLEA ordeal – Baba Suwe’s son

Adebowale, the son of a late comic actor, Babatunde Omidina, aka Baba Suwe, on Tuesday, said his father did not recover from what he suffered in the hands of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency after he was accused of peddling dr¥gs in 2011, which turned out to be false.

The actor died on Monday at his house in the Ikorodu area of Lagos State after battling a sickness. He was aged 63.

Adebowale, in a viral video on Monday, accused family members and friends of neglecting the veteran actor while he battled the illness.

 

However, while speaking at the residence on Tuesday, he apologised for making the video, saying he did not mean to disrespect anyone.

Speaking on his father’s sickness, Adebowale said the illness started after the NDLEA ordeal.

He said, “My father was a lovely person. Whenever I showed him his videos, he would start laughing and sometimes burst into tears and ask if it was him and if he would ever act again and I would console and assure him that he would act again, just to make him happy.

“I can’t really say this was the cause of my father’s sickness, but since his matter with the NDLEA, my dad was not himself; he used to think about his wife and he used to think about us too because he still told me a few days ago that he was not sure if he would be with us for long and I told him that he would be with us.”

Narrating Baba Suwe’s last moments, Adebowale said he was in the gym on Monday when he was called that his father was not breathing well.

“I asked them to call a nurse to treat him and when I got home, I went to his room, talked to him; he was trying to talk to me, but he could not.

“He was taking his first drip when I got home and when he was taking the second drip, I went out to wash my kits. I was washing my kits when my mum came to tell me that my dad was dead. I had to ask her if she was joking because I just left him about five minutes ago; I rushed to his room and found out that he was dead.

Source  Punch


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“Was It A Fashion Show Or Award Night”? Actress Iyabo Ojo’s 5 Outfits For Late Mothers Party Gets Tongue Waggling On Social Media (PHOTOS)

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It was a day of glitz and glam as Iyabo Ojo held a grand ceremony in honour of her late mother, Olubunmi Fetuga who passed away in 2020.
Despite numerous stars turning up to celebrate with her, Ojo made sure to remain the star of the day with gorgeous outfits.
The film star rocked not one but five stylish looks – two of which were designed by Toyin Lawani and CEO Luminee.

In classic Iyabo Ojo style, she made sure to spare no expenses with her looks and judging by the photos she uploaded, her stylists and designers understood the assignment perfectly.

Check them out below:

Look 1


The actress rocked a bedazzled blue dress with a feathered mono strap sleeve. The mermaid look which she paired with a blue gele and clutch purse, gave off a peekaboo effect as she showed off her thighs in a sheer look just before her knees.

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LOOk 2

WAS IT A FASHION SHOW OR AWARD NIGHT? ACTRESS IYABO OJO’S 5 OUTFITS FOR LATE MOTHER’S PARTY GETS TONGUE WAGGING ON SOCIAL MEDIA (PHOTOS)

For this look, she opted for a more conventional simple Iro and Buba with a chunky neckpiece alongside traditional coral beads on both her neck and wrist.

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WAS IT A FASHION SHOW OR AWARD NIGHT? ACTRESS IYABO OJO’S 5 OUTFITS FOR LATE MOTHER’S PARTY GETS TONGUE WAGGING ON SOCIAL MEDIA (PHOTOS)

For her third look, Ojo went for gold fringe with ruffles that made up the flounce of the mermaid dress. In this look, the actress maintained her bold red lippie as she flaunted an ample amount of cleavage.

LOOK 4

WAS IT A FASHION SHOW OR AWARD NIGHT? ACTRESS IYABO OJO’S 5 OUTFITS FOR LATE MOTHER’S PARTY GETS TONGUE WAGGING ON SOCIAL MEDIA (PHOTOS)

For her fourth look, Ojo went for a white Aso-oke dress with lace detailing. She paired the look with chunky jewellery, a coral neckpiece with a gold pendant, and a cute mini bag.

 

LOOK 5

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For her final look Iyabo Ojo went all out with the creativity in a red beaded dress by Toyin Lawani of Tiannah’s Empire. The elaborate sleeves gave off a structured look that unarguably made her the cynosure of all eyes.

Some netizens claimed that with five different outfits for a one-year remembrance party, one would not imagine what Iyabo Ojo would do at five years.

WAS IT A FASHION SHOW OR AWARD NIGHT? ACTRESS IYABO OJO’S 5 OUTFITS FOR LATE MOTHER’S PARTY GETS TONGUE WAGGING ON SOCIAL MEDIA (PHOTOS)


angelisticchikito wreote: All I know is that a real rich & enlightened person will not flaunt all these clothes on his/her mother’s rememberance day, what for, is it wedding ni or birthday??

 

sholathevaluer wrote: Was it a fashion show? Or award night?

godwin_jag wrote: Drama. Se na award night ni the way we give attention to things that aren’t so necessary in the part of the world especially the public figures who are suppose to be pace setters of good and simple life.

pyjamasnco wrote: Just 1 year rememberance and cloth plenty like this if she wan do 5yrs nko?na 20 she go wear

WAS IT A FASHION SHOW OR AWARD NIGHT? ACTRESS IYABO OJO’S 5 OUTFITS FOR LATE MOTHER’S PARTY GETS TONGUE WAGGING ON SOCIAL MEDIA (PHOTOS)

READ ALSO : Top 20 Most Dressed Celebrities At Actress Iyabo Ojo’s Mums Remembrance Party.

 


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Nollywood Actor Yomi Fabiyi Shares What Caused Baba Suwe’s Death.

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Popular Nollywood actor Yomi Fabiyi has shared his opinion about what could have caused the death of popular comic actor, Babatunde Omidina, better known as Baba Suwe.

Yomi in a lengthy post on his Instagram page opined that the harsh treatment Baba Suwe got at the hands of law enforcement agents left a negative effect on the actor which never healed till he died.

His post read in part:

 

 

 


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