Hello beautiful people. Have you met my sweet girl, Mojisola? She’s such an amazing person to be with. I met Moji in Theatre Arts Department, Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, during my Undergraduate days. She is a graduate from same department, and a talented actress whose energy I admire so much. Guess what? It’s her birthday today, 26 on a 26th. Join me to celebrate her – a babe and half.
‘Moji is my forever sweetheart. I call her Mojinatu and Aburo’ – Dr. O. Ifatimehin
I’ve known her since she was a baby in 2nd ECWA Church Samaru. Then, we reconnected at a wedding in 2014.
My fondest memory of her would be every time we meet. She would crack me up so hard until we part. The young lady is a true sweetheart.
Aburo, of all wishes and prayer, my desire for you is lasting joy and deep love, forever.
‘Mojisola is my best friend, and I call her Moji or Mhjai’ – Jude
We met in school in 100 level.
I don’t have what I can tag “the fondest memory,” because every moment with her has been a memorable one.
I pray for long life, sound health, happiness and prosperity.
‘Mojisola is my best friend turned sister. I call her sugar’ 🥰 – Pelumi
I met her in school.
My fondest memory of her is rubbing minds together as sisters. This happens everyday.
I wish her all her heart desires this year and forever.
‘She is my friend and Soul sister… I call her Star girl alongside Mjai (Depending on the mood)’ – Nike
We met in Demonstration Secondary School.
My fondest memory of her honestly cannot be singled out, because every moment with her is amazing. But, for the sake of this, it would be when Moji single handedly planned a surprise birthday hangout for me on the 8th of January. I was wowed beyond words and honestly, both Mjai and Pelumi alongside Polycarp made it memorable.
Dear Moji, on this day I pray for you that all your heart desires see the light of day. May supplies await you even before any need arises. Where your mates struggle, you will know nothing but ease. Keep being awesome, I love and cherish you. Grow Gold.
‘She is a friend and I call her Mojisola’ – Damilola.
We attend the same church from childhood.
The memories of sitting on the last seat in the church, chewing gum, punching phones and gossiping.
I wish her the very best of bountiful, never ending joy and happiness that life can offer at it’s peak, accompanied with long life and prosperity, Amen.
Dear friends and family, kindly use the comment section below to tell us:
- Who Mojisola is, to you & what you call her?
- How did you meet?
- What’s your fondest memory of her?
- A word of prayer for her.
Happy Birthday Mojisola, my darling. Enjoy your day.