Iyabo Ojo’s Daughter, Priscilla, Reveals the Biggest Lesson Learned from Her Resilient Mother

Iyabo Ojo’s Daughter, Priscilla, Reveals the Biggest Lesson Learned from Her Resilient Mother

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. Priscilla Ojo, the daughter of Iyabo Ojo, recently shared an insight into the most significant lesson she has learned from her mother.

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During an interview with media personality Jermaine, Priscilla revealed that she has never experienced depression, thanks to her lineage of resilient women.

She described her mother, Iyabo, as a remarkably strong woman who has never shown any signs of vulnerability.

Priscilla credited her mother for teaching her the importance of strength.

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Unyielding Spirit and Energy in the Face of Challenges

According to Priscilla, even during difficult times, she never allows herself to be seen downcast because she possesses an indomitable spirit and energy.

She emphasized the strength she draws from her family, stating that crying and moments of sadness are rare occurrences.

Priscilla praised her mother’s ability to lift her spirits, recounting how her mother can instantly transform her mood, even when she is in tears.

Despite recognizing her mother’s empathy, Priscilla noted that Iyabo does not offer apologies when Priscilla is feeling down.

Instead, she cheers her up, sometimes even encouraging her to go out and enjoy herself.

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Priscilla’s Concerns and Embarrassment over Controversial Public Moments

In a previous revelation, Priscilla Ojo shared her feelings of embarrassment during two particular incidents involving her mother.

The first was when Iyabo Ojo went live on social media to discuss Baba Ijesha’s case, and the second was when she appeared on the reality show “Real Housewives of Lagos.”

During an interview with Stephanie Coker on the “Me, Her & Everything Else” podcast, Priscilla expressed her initial fear and concern about her mother’s decision to participate in the reality show.

Being a private person herself, Priscilla worried about the potential backlash and negative comments her mother might receive.

However, she acknowledged that her mother is true to herself and won’t pretend or change to please others.

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Over time, Priscilla became proud of her mother’s courage and authenticity in embracing the show.

Priscilla also shared a moment of embarrassment when her mother engaged in a public argument.

While she was accustomed to her mother’s passionate outbursts, she was concerned about the incident being witnessed by others.

Similarly, Priscilla recounted advising her mother against going live during the Baba Ijesha controversy, fearing the drama that might ensue.

Despite their disagreement, Priscilla acknowledged her mother’s dedication to fighting for what she believed was right.

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Conclusion:

Priscilla Ojo, inspired by her strong mother Iyabo Ojo, emphasizes the resilience ingrained in their family lineage.

She appreciates the valuable lessons learned from her mother’s unwavering strength.

Priscilla also reveals her initial apprehensions and eventual pride in her mother’s choices, highlighting moments of embarrassment and disagreements they have experienced together.

Nonetheless, she recognizes her mother’s commitment to important causes and admires her authenticity in staying true to herself.

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