Mo Abudu, the chief executive officer (CEO) of EbonyLife Media, has welcomed her second grandchild.


The filmmaker announced the birth of the baby in an Instagram post on Saturday. According to her, the baby arrived two weeks ago.

Abudu also congratulated Temidayo, her daughter, and Adebola Makanjuola, her son-in-law, while praying for their union.

Temidayo and Adebola tied the knot in 2019 in California, United States.


In February 2020, they welcomed Adetunji, their first child who is fondly called TJ.

Abudu, who accompanied the post with a photo of herself and her two grandsons, said the newborn baby has brought “priceless joy” to her family.

“Good morning beautiful people. All glory to God, two weeks ago I became a grandmother for the second time. TJ now has a baby brother, Ireoluwa. It’s an amazing feeling, being grandmother to two amazing boys,” she wrote.


“Seeing my dear mum now 80 and grandpa Abudu 95 now great grandparents for the second time gives our families priceless joy.

“My darling Temidee and Adebola, congratulations. I pray God keeps you all enveloped in his arms now and always. To the entire family, grandmas, grandpas, aunties and uncles, we praise God for the blessing to our family.”

Abudu was in the news recently due to the criticisms that trailed the sequel to ‘Chief Daddy’, the 2018 comedy-drama.


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