“Baba Jeje”- Iyabo Ojo shower praise on son, Festus

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Nigerian actress Iyabo Ojo delighted her followers by posting charming pictures of her son, Festus, and expressing her admiration for him.

On her official Instagram page, she shared his photo and affectionately referred to him as “Baba Jeje,” a term signifying a gentleman. Iyabo Ojo, who is a mother of two, also lauded her son Festus as a kind-hearted individual. In her post, she wrote, “Baba jeje 🤣🥰😍 omo re bi iyan ❤️💋.”

“Check out her post below.

Naijalegit recently reported that actress Iyabo Ojo celebrated her 25-year journey in the entertainment industry, highlighting her remarkable achievements. The 45-year-old actress took to Instagram on Thursday to reflect on her accomplishments since she entered the entertainment world a quarter of a century ago.

She chronicled her path to stardom, commencing with her first English film, “Satanic,” released in 1998. In 2002, she made her Yoruba film debut with “Baba Darijinwon,” a production by fellow actor Yinka Quadri. Expressing her gratitude for her success, she wrote, “It’s been 25 years on stage, and all I can say is God has been more than so good to me.”

Here’s a brief summary of her achievements:

  • 1998: First role in the movie “Satanic.”
  • 2002: Yoruba-language debut in “Baba Darijinwon.”
  • 2004: Produced her first Yoruba movie, “Botife.”
  • 2013: Produced her first cinema movie, “Arinzo.”
  • 2015: Produced her first English cinema film, “Silence.”
  • 2020: Became a TikTok sensation.
  • 2020: Became a professional brand influencer.
  • 2022: Became a reality TV star.
  • 2023: Became a TV presenter and directed her first comedy skit series.

She emphasized her ongoing involvement in acting and producing, expressing gratitude for her journey. Iyabo Ojo mentioned her contribution to over 200 movies, production of over 20 Yoruba films, and more than 10 English movies. She concluded by thanking God, her children, fans, and loved ones for their unwavering support and encouragement. She acknowledged that without their support, she might have given up a long time ago.

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