Our parents or some elders would utilize “Ojuju Calabar” to scare us into behaving well when we were kids and misbehaved or refused to do as we were instructed.
If you’re wondering what “Ojuju Calabar” means, it simply translates to “Masquerade.” The name “Ojuju Calabar” will begin to be heard either from the kids or from parents trying to keep them quiet before the generator is turned on when NEPA (as it was known at the time) strikes.
If Nollywood decides to do something about it, it may be the perfect Halloween costume or possibly a movie.
Mercy Johnson, on the other hand, posted a video on her Instagram profile on Friday, November 26, 2021.
The popular Nollywood actress and her kids had their faces covered in white. Most of her fans linked their appearance to that of “Ojuju Calabar” while the Nollywood celebs reacted. Mercy Johnson captioned:
“ i well so? Exam is finished oooo, no more revision between me and @theokojiekids ….so @omawildflower ordered this awesome small chops for me and mhen it was worth it…”
Mercy Aigbe: “What is this na! Mercy yi o gbadun rara ”.
Toyin Abraham: “Mercy please take my kids out of this egbami ke”
Ruth Kadiri: “😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 leave me alone.”
Mike Ezuruonye: “@mercyjohnsonokojie Mercyyyyyyyy😂😂😂😂😂😂”.
Moyo Lawal: “What is all this na ? 😂😂😂❤️❤️❤️”.
Eniola Badmus: “Shey no be juju be this”.
Georgina Ibeh: “Which kind wahala be this nau mummy 😂😂😂😂😂😂”.