Ọmọlọ́mọ is a Yoruba phrase. It is commonly uttered among Yorubas.
The meaning of ọmọlọ́mọ is, “another person’s child”.
It is used to describe a person whose action is totally to help themselves. If someone does something to save themselves from a situation, Yorubas will tend to refer to the person as omolomo. The literal meaning is what was stated above. But it is not used literally.
Ọmọlọ́mọ… O tí yá jára ẹ̀!
Another person’s child… He/she has saved him/herself!