The Famous Nigerian Nollywood on screen character Alice Iyabo Ojo and her beautiful daughter Priscilla Ajoke Ojo have joined "Don't Leave Me" challenge that has been ongoing on the internet, just like Falz, DJ Cuppy and many others did.
Well, one of the challenge that is trending online now is "don't leave me" and many Nigerians have taken to their social media page to participate in this ongoing challenge which Iyabo Ojo and her daughter wasn't left out.
Iyabo Ojo usually got his fans and love ones to anticipate her post with the hilarious Tiktok skit she does and her fans have been expecting her "don't leave me" challenge which she has shares the video on her Instagram page.
Iyabo Ojo & Priscilla's "Don't Leave Me Challenge"
From the video, Priscilla was holding a thyme (Seasoning) while her mother tells her that if she put the thyme on the table, then it becomes thyme table (Timetable).
From the Video, Priscilla was still holding the thyme (seasoning) then she tells her mother if she throw the thyme in air, it becomes an air thyme (airtime).
From the video, Priscilla and her mom was heading upstairs and someone showed up holding a stick, while Iyabo Ojo tells Priscilla that if she put the stick beside her lip, it becomes Lipstick.
From the video, a booth was on the floor while Priscilla tells her mom if she put a phone in the booth, it becomes phone booth.
You can watch the video HERE to laugh out loud
You can watch Falz "Don't Leave Me" Challenge HERE
You can watch DJ Cuppy "Don't Leave Me" Challenge HERE
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