My father’s death inspired My Hit Song – Teniola

My father’s death inspired My Hit Song

My father’s death inspired My Hit Song

Individuals who knew the late considerate war veteran, Simeon Apata, have portrayed him as a gutsy man whose demise made an immense vacuum in his prompt condition of Isolo, Lagos. It is said that when he was alive, he faced furnished thieves and ensured the region was a place of refuge. Sadly, he was later killed by obscure shooters on January 8, 1995.

In spite of the fact that Apata passed on numerous years back, his heritages still live on. His school, Apata Commemoration Schools, in Isolo, overseen by his three spouses, is as yet flourishing. Additionally, two of his girls, Teniola and Niniola, have overwhelmed the Nigerian music industry.

As the featured artiste of the month to month Industry Nite occasion at Hardrock Bistro, Victoria Island, Lagos, Teni uncovered that her dad’s passing enlivened her hit tune, Pause. She stated, “Hold up recounts the romantic tale between my mum and father. I got the motivation when my father passed and my mum was crying, wishing he could have remained back.”

Teni likewise expressed that it took her seven years to graduate and her more youthful sisters finished their examinations previously her. She stated, “I recorded Uyo Meyo for my graduation service since it took me seven years to graduate. My sisters graduated before me; in this way, it was a major ordeal for me on the day I graduated. I did the tune for myself and everybody who would like to accomplish something.”

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