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Actress, Iyabo Ojo Receives Best Online Comedian Of The Year Award

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Iyabo Ojo, a well-known Nollywood actress, has been awarded the Nigeria Choice Award for Best Online Comedian of the Year.

Following the first wave of COVID 19, which put the country under lockdown, a mother of two gained an extra interest in social media comedy, and she is now reaping the benefits of her extra labor.

Iyabo Ojo presented the award for Best Online Comedian of the Year on Instagram, writing:

“Thank you for this beautiful Award 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 I’m honoured and grateful 🙏🏽 ❤💋

Just as expected her colleagues, friends and admirers trooped to the comment section to congratulate her on her latest achievement. Ghgossip culled some reactions below;

adaameh wrote; Congratulations 👏 👏👏🔥🔥❤️

yetundebakare wrote; Congratulations momma ❤️❤️

semilorepweety wrote: Congratulations 🎊🎈🎉 mama ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

bolatito___ wrote; Congratulations mama💚💚💚 well deserved🙌

double_m_twin wrote; Congratulations mama

In other news, Reno Omokri has turned to social media to criticize the Islamic police, also known as Hisbah, in Kano state for their apparent “hypocrisy.”

Hisbah has been making waves on the internet on multiple occasions for the arrests and measures they have taken since they were commissioned in the state. Last year, the Islamic police in Kano made headlines when they arrested a barber for giving a customer a “Haram” haircut.

The former presidential aide shared a photo of musician Mayokun with his haircut on his Instagram page and inquired why the Hisbah police did not arrest him.

”Hypocrisy is when Kano Hisbah cuts off the un-Islamic haircut of the poor, yet leave the un-Islamic haircuts of those who attended Buhari’s son’s wedding. Or crucify Rahama Sadau over her dress, yet are pacified over the stylish dresses of the bride and her guests”

He added;

What is the matter with some of you? Do you think I don’t know who that is? The fellow whose hair was forcefully cut off was not an indigene of Kano. He was from Benue. He is not even a Muslim. My post is drawing attention to the uneven treatment meted out on people by the Hisbah because of their status in life. The Hisbah in Kano operate against anybody who is poor, irrespective of their ethnicity or religion. Sometimes, I actually think Nigerians deserve their predicament.

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