- Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo, is definitely a fan of living the baby girl life
- The pretty mother of two is one who loves to look good and also show off her beautiful kids
- Iyabo Ojo recently shared lovely photos of herself with her handsome and grown-up son, Festus
When life throws lemon at you, try to make lemonades. That seems to be the case of a number of single mothers who have been charged with taking care of their kids alone because their fathers are no longer in the picture.
In the Nigerian entertainment industry, some female celebrities have not been so lucky with finding love or being in a lasting relationship. However, many of these relationships produce children that need to be taken care of.
In many cases, the women become the breadwinner and take sole responsibility of taking care of the kids. A number of female celebs are single mothers but they have not let it stop their shine.
It has even been noticed that these women take great care of their kids than some families who have both parents present.
Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo, is one celebrity in the movie industry who has been known to show great love and care for her two kids, Festus and Priscilla.
The actress had her two kids from a previous marriage that later packed up but she seems to have been able to properly take care of their needs.
Just recently, Iyabo shared a series of photos of herself with her handsome son, Festus, on her Instagram page to the joy of fans. In the photos, the film star was wearing a white shirt dress paired with biker shorts while her son rocked a white round neck with black trousers.
Mother and son were spotted doing goofy faces as they posed for the camera. See the photos below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a Twitter user said that African parents only take care of their kids because of what they will reap from them in future.
He wrote: “The truth about African parents generally is: Hardly any help given by them is genuine and completely selfless. In most cases they are laden with all sorts of unspoken expectations. They "sacrifice" a lot for the children in the hope that sometime in future, the will be able to sit back at and "reap the fruits of their labour" via their children, a cliche forged and polished in the most ruthless selfishness and lack of consideration while cloaked in the most exquisite garments of "family togetherness."
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