Fela Kuti’s Daughter Welcomes Baby Boy


Fela Kuti's Daughter Welcomes Baby Boy
Fela Kuti’s Daughter Welcomes Baby Boy

Motunrayo, daughter of Afrobeat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, has welcomed a baby boy. She shared the photos on her IG page

”Olanrewaju Olufela Ayokunle Christopher John”

Congrats to her!

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About Mutunrayo

Motun used to dance with Femi’s The Positive Force and is today a lively and provocative presence on social media. She recently launched a record label. “I did it because of my daughter, Ifeniola, from where I coined the name of the label, Ifeniomous Entertainment. I want to build a platform for her future,” says Motun.

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The media personality, on Sunday, October 17, shared a teaser for the forthcoming film. “Conquered blogging. About to conquer the Nigerian movie industry. You guys are not even ready for this movie! #DarkOctober coming soon,” Ikeji wrote.

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