Mavins record sensational singer and songwriter Hadiza Blell Olu, better known by her stage name, Di'ja took to her social media page to reveal how her daughter nearly gave her a heart attack after hours of searching for her but to no avail only to find her hiding in a basket bin.
Di'ja, who is happily married and blessed with three lovely children, shared a picture on her Instagram page showing one of her kids hiding inside a plastic basket bin after she was not allowed to follow her siblings to school. The kid hiding inside the basket, I believe, is Dija's third child, Ayan Wura, who is barely a 2-year-old.
After she was prevented from going to school with her siblings, it seems, she decided to get back at her parents by playing the famous 'hide and seek' game with them.
The Afrobeat star revealed via the caption of the post that she literally searched everywhere in the house for her but couldn't find her, which almost led to her having a heart-attack.
In her words, she captioned the post: "She gave me a heart attack, all because she wanted to go to school with her brother and sister".
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