Onyeka Onwenu Is Revealing Details Of Her Personal Life In Upcoming Memoir “My Fathers Daughter”
Iconic Nigerian singer, Onyeka Onwenu known for keeping a low profile on her private life has for the first time opened up about her marital life.
She revealed that the got married to a Yoruba Muslim in 1984, a union that produced two sons- Tijani and Ibrahim Ogunlende. The 68-year-old singer made the revelation in her new memoir titled “My Father’s Daughter”.
“In this book, I am, perhaps for the very first time, setting the records straight with respect to my connubial relationship. Yes, I was married. I married a man I fell in love with in 1984. We have two children: Tijani and Ibrahim. (Ibrahim later changed the first letter of his name from I to A, and thus became Abraham.) My husband is Yoruba, and was a Muslim when we met.”. She wrote.
Onyeka Onwenu has already taken to Instagram to announce that she is now an author. She also informed her followers to get ready for the virtual launch of her book.
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Guess who just joined the league of authors! The “Elegant Stallion” @OnyekaOnwenu has just added another feather to her cap. She is now an AUTHOR! 👏🏼👏🏼 You are all invited to the virtual book launch of @OnyekaOnwenu titled “My Father’s Daughter – My Memoir Date: Thursday, 1st October, 2020 at 5pm (GMT+1) Join on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/onyekaonwenu/, YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC2GqDmEIPCiw65DOYbylfA and Facebook – http://fb.me/mykotigo
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Meanwhile, the autobiography, set for release on October 1, 2020, is a personal account of the life of the iconic musician.
My Father’s Daughter also chronicles Onwenu’s life as a musician, activist, wife, mother, and politician. Furthermore, the autobiography explores Onwenu’s formative contact with feminism and how her father’s life influenced her decision to join politics.
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