Actress Iyabo Ojo has proven once again why she deserved to be crown the best dress celebrity at the last Hip TV awards held in Lagos.
The Nollywood diva has show consistency in her outfit since she started working with Toyin Lawani.
From her gorgeous gown to the last African Magic Viewers' Choice Awards, (AMVCA) event to her stunning white mini dress to Hip TV Awards, the mother-of-two has taken a step up to compete with the likes of Toke Makinwa, Rita Dominic, and the rest of them when it comes to turning heads on the red carpet.
As seen on Instagram this afternoon, the businesswoman opted for a simple but chic style monochrome outfit while showing off her car garage.
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The snaps were taken in front of her newly acquired mansion before stepping out to her Lounge this afternoon.
The Yoruba movie actress recently complained about the continued shut down of entertainment centers by the Lagos State government. According to her, businesses such as hers have lost millions of Naira to the continued closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. She then pleaded with Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to reconsider them for the economy to thrive.
Iyabo owns a Lounge in the Lekki area of Lagos state. The entertainment center hosts karaoke sessions, live band and is very conducive for social gatherings.
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