Nollywood actresses, Faithia Williams and Iyabo Ojo have reportedly ended their two-year rift following the intervention of Lagos billionaire transport union boss, Musiliu Akinsanya, who is popularly known as MC Oluomo.

The duo shared loved-up pictures of themselves.

Ojo, taking to her Instagram page on Tuesday, shared a picture of herself and Williams, stating that they have reconciled.


While stating that she wanted to go back to following Williams on Instagram, the actress appreciated the Lagos State Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers, MC Oluomo for resolving the two-year beef between them.

Both star actresses also appreciated veteran actor, Olaiya Igwe, in their reconciliation messages.

Ojo wrote, “It’s all peace and love, Faithia Williams. How we would follow each other back on Instagram is what’s remaining. Instagram experts, over to you. Thank you @kingmcoluomo, @olaiyaigwefilms.”

Sharing the same picture on her Instagram page, Williams, who is also known as Faithia Balogun, wrote, “Happy new year Iyabo Ojo. @kingmcoluomo, @olaiyaigwe films, more wisdom and understanding. Let peace reign.”

Their appreciation of both men suggested that they may be key players in the reconciliation.

About two years ago when Fathia Balogun celebrated her 49th birthday party in Istanbul, Turkey, Iyabo Ojo was the only other Nollywood actress that was with her in the country to celebrate Fathia’s big day with her. It was also during that trip that Iyabo Ojo used the opportunity to go through a tummy tuck procedure. However, during the procedure, things went awry and Iyabo nearly lost her life.

Naturally, news of the almost botched surgery became public knowledge in Nigeria and Iyabo Ojo felt only one person could have been aware of her situation and made it public and that person was none other than Fathia Balogun.

So Iyabo waited for Fathia’s birthday. As she got congratulatory messages from her colleagues both far and near, Iyabo rather than send her congratulatory message chose to use the opportunity to call her out on social media for snitching on her. She accused Fathia of being envious of her and of most of her younger colleagues in the industry but pretend to love them.

She also accused Fathia of giving the media false news about her being in a coma for three days after her surgery adding that it was the only other explanation as to why Fathia didn’t pay her a visit all through her ordeal.

Iyabo then went on to call her a witch and then thanked God that she was alive and well contrary to Fathia’s hope that she would die adding that Fathia was not only of darkness but is also a terrible person.

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