Ojude Oba: Nigerians Find TikTok Account Of Iconic Lady At Festival, Praise Her As She Chants Oriki

Ojude Oba: Nigerians Find TikTok Account Of Iconic Lady At Festival, Praise Her As She Chants Oriki

  • The lady who displayed a great sense of fashion at the 2024 Ojude Oba festival has continued to impress netizens
  • Her TikTok account is buzzing with nice comments, praising her beauty and elegance as people admire the numerous videos posted
  • In one of the videos, she was seen chanting 'oriki' in the Yoruba language, which bears Ijebu accent, her place of origin

The Nigerian lady trending online for her great fashion sense at the Ojude Oba festival is still impressing netizens.

Many Nigerians wondered who she was, and some wanted to know her identity after photos and videos of her at Ojude Oba went viral.

Simfolak shines at Ojude Oba.
The iconic woman at Ojude Oba. Photo credit: X/Niyi Fagbemi and TikTok/@simfolak.
Source: UGC

However, many have discovered her TikTok account with the name 'Simfolak', and the handle is buzzing with comments dropped by her admirers.

Fashion displays at Ojude Oba festival

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Simfolak's TikTok account is replete with videos in which she further proved that she is a queen of high-end fashion and has got steeze.

In one of the videos, she chants 'oriki' in Yoruba, singing the praise of her place of origin, Ijebu.

Simfolak started trending online after Nigerians saw how beautiful and confident she looked at the 2024 Ojude Oba festival.

Some people quickly nicknamed her the queen of steeze due to her poise, comportment and class.

Watch one of her videos below:

Reactions to Simfolal's video

@Nikkyrealz said:

Mummy, are u from Ijebu Ife? I heard you mention Isapodo. I am from Isapodo in Ijebu Ife."

@Willy Ola commented:

"Honestly Ijebu need there state. We are too big."

@yemite reacted:

"I'm so happy; I'm also from Ijebu Imushin."

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@Oluwole Hannah said:

"Wow! Am so happy to hear that you are from Ijebu Imushin, I'm from Ijebu Imushin also."

@Kehinde said:

"I love ijebu accent I swear. God bless ijebu and proudly YORUBA."

@arogundadeyetunde said:

"I fall for your vibe sister. Proudly Ijebu. You are my in-law. My sister married from Itele.

Family wins money at Ojude Oba

A Nigerian family went home with N500,000 after winning a contest at the 2024 Ojude Oba Festival in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state.

The Balogun Kuku family won the cash prize for colourfulness of attires, composure, horse displays and unmatched energy.

A member of the family shared a photo of the cheque presented to them after the hotly contested displays.

"God bless you mama": Mother showed off her 8 daughters, video trended

YEN.com.gh reported that a Nigerian mother was spotted in a viral TikTok video having fun with her eight children.

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Amazingly, all eight children are girls, and they dropped funny lines about what makes them sisters.

Many TikTok users who saw the video said the mother was blessed with fruits of the womb.

Source: Legit.ng

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