- Actress Omoborty has expressed gratitude to God over the life of her firstborn called Ayo
- The actress' son turned a year older on Friday, December 4
- Omoborty, who revealed that she raised her son all by herself, expressed her love for him
Nollywood actress Biodun Okeowo popularly called Omoborty is over the moon as her first child called Ayomide clocked 20 on Friday, December 4.
The Yoruba film star couldn't keep calm and took to her official Instagram page to share the news with her fans and followers.
Describing her son as her first fruit, Omoborty expressed a deep love for her baby boy.
She expressed gratitude to God for seeing her through. According to her, she has been raising him all alone with Jesus Christ.
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The excited mum said she is not complaining but appreciating God for his love and kindness.
Omoborty also appreciated her son for being obedient. She noted that he has not deviated from the way she brought him up.
The actress went on to shower prayers on Ayo. She prayed that she will not have a cause to cry or mourn over him.
The actress' fans and followers celebrated her son as they shared lovely comments.
Read some comments below:
"Happy birthday Ay."
"Happy birthday to him. He will continue to be your source of joy. IJN."
"Congratulations to Ayomide. This double decade multiply by five in good health is your portion in Jesus name. Amen."
"Happy birthday to him! May he continue to grow in the wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of God in Jesus name."
"Happy happy beautiful birthday wishes to your dear son long life and prosperity."
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Omoborty was angry after a lady asked how she would survive if her big behind vanishes.
The actress had shared a video of herself in a beautiful white dress. She turned her back at the camera as she danced to the song playing in the background.
A follower identified as floxylayowealth did not expect the actress to respond to her question.
Omoborty told the follower that evil wishes do not come to pass on a child of God.
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