Iyabo Ojo mourns as late mum misses out on her new love life with an Igbo man

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Iyabo Ojo mourns as late mum misses out on her new love life with an Igbo man 3

Single mum of two, actress and businesswoman, Iyabo Ojo has remembered her late mum and teared up over her absence especially now that her love life is gradually falling into place as desired.

Sharing a video of her late mum moments ago on Instagram, Iyabo Ojo who recently announced being in love with an Igbo Man, tearfully wrote “It’s 2 years you left me…………. On God!!! I miss you, I will forever miss you, mama…….How I wish you were still here to see your daughter fall in love again after so many years, you would have said I told you.

That was your greatest wish & worry for me, thank you mama for all your prayers & words, they’re all coming to pass & I know that you’ll always be shining down on me from heaven.

My number 1 fan, My prayer warrior, my guiding angel, I love you from the depth of my soul mam, est on mama” Iyabo Ojo wrote

NGV recalls that the entire Yoruba movie industry was thrown into a state of shock and mourning following the sudden passing away of actor, Iyabo Ojo’s mum, Mrs. Victoria Olubunmi Fetuga in November 21, 2020.

Mrs. Victoria Olubunmi Fetuga was aged 67 when she died in her sleep.

Iyabo Ojo opens up on dating a married Igbo man

Earlier this week, actress Iyabo Ojo cleared the air on the misconception of being romantically involved with a married Igbo man.

The beautiful actress cum businesswoman and single mum clarified this while responding to a fan’s inquiry about her new lover.

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“My new man is not someone’s husband” Actress Iyabo Ojo replied to the curious fan who asked “hope he is not a married man”

NGV recall that Iyabo Ojo hinted at being in a relationship hours ago when in an Instagram post credited her mystery lover for her glowing skin and happiness.

She stated that she has finally been captured by an Igbo man.

Appreciating him, she thanked him for loving her so much and for lifting her spirit.

“Thanks, Obim for loving me so much & lifting my spirit…. Chai this Yoruba girl’s heart had finally been captured by an Igbo man”.