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For 23 years, Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has not seen her brother, Babalola. You can imagine how excited she was when he came back to Nigeria to see them. Babalola left his family when Iyabo was barely 15 years old and communication has been through the telecommunication.

For 23 years, Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has not seen her brother, Babalola. You can imagine how excited she was when he came back to Nigeria to see them. Babalola left his family when Iyabo was barely 15 years old and communication has been through the telecommunication.

For 23 years, Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has not seen her brother, Babalola. You can imagine how excited she was when he came back to Nigeria to see them. Babalola left his family when Iyabo was barely 15 years old and communication has been through the telecommunication.

The actress couldn’t control her excitement when she set her eyes on him. She shared a picture that said it all “Introducing my beloved eldest brother Babalola, his been away for d past 23years,” the actress said, adding, “[I] am so glad he finally came home to visit!” I was 15 when he went back to d Uk n now am 38”

Days back, Iyabo, who is the president of The Pinkies Foundation, Iyabo Ojo, has denied using the group as a vessel to promote lesbianism and prostitution among young ladies. She added that the foundation serves as a vessel for succor to the less privileged, especially those with physical disabilities.

“What happened at the beginning was that people misunderstood the group because of its name (Pink Ladies).So, a lot of people took it the other way round, thinking it was a lesbian group or for prostitution.”

Meanwhile, welcome Babalola.

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