Actress Iyabo Ojo Shares Her Life Story!

Controversial Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo, shares an unknown part of her life. According to her she has hustled all her life and it hasn't always been rosy. Read her story below....



She shared it on her Instagram account, the actress said she graduated from the secondary school in 1996, and she was asked to register for computer lessons, but she opted to work as a sales officer with a gift shop, a move she never shared with her family.

“I cldnt wait to start making my own money, my parents thought I had enrolled for computer training but instead I saved d money giving to me n got a job @ a gift store named Bolpan as a sales girl on opebi,” she wrote.


However, she did not last on the job because a friend of the family busted her – her family trouped to her place of work, made trouble with her employer, then dragged her home.

“You need to see d convoy my family drove down to come fight with my boss n take me back home,” she said.
Though it was an embarrassing moment, it marked the beginning of a new journey for Iyabo. Her parents, seeing her tenacious business inclinations, opened a store for her when she turned 21.
“I have never stopped doing business ever since,” she added.




this throw back pic means a lot to me! this was my first time ever working n making my own cool money, it was just for 4months tho  this was a month after I graduated from National college Gbagada in d year 1996, even tho I come from a very comfortable family, I cldnt wait to start making my own money, my parents thought I had enrolled for computer training but instead I saved d money giving to me n got a job @ a gift store named Bolpan as a sales girl on opebi, I was so excited that I was making my own money then 2k500 (two thousand five hundred) monthly, I felt like a big girl until I got busted a friend of my aunt exposed me.. u need to see d convoy my family drove down to come fight with my boss n take me back home, they ended up opening my own supermarket for me later when I clocked 21years & I have never stop doing business ever since, tho there has always been ups & downs but we thank God

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