Omotola’s baby blacks out over visa wahala
On Monday evening, Nollywood superstar Omotola Jolade Ekeinde, took to twitter to express her shock at what happened to her at the US Embassy. Apparently, she had gone to the embassy with her son to obtain a visa, and while they waited in a long queue in the sweltering heat, her last child fainted on her.
She said, “The craziest thing happened to me today…”
Then she added, “Was at the US embassy and my last kid blacked out and practically passed out! Very hot with long lines, perhaps exhaustion… ”
And later on she announced, “Just leaving the hospital. He’s fine now. Thanks to all the people and embassy officials who swung into action to help #Bless”.
– Ify Chiemeziem
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