Having lost her twin Sister four years ago, she is has been saddle with the responsibility of taking a care of her late sister’s son.
Taiwo and Kehinde Oshadipe were gospel singers and actors.
Kehinde, who is now based abroad, announced the birth of her baby boy.
” Yes, The Prince is here! It’s a Boy!!! To God be the glory, Jehovah only U I praise!!!, for standing by me frm the day of conception to delivery… Olorun e Ma seun o! What the Lord has done for me, I cannot tell it all.?????. My sad days are over, my Joy has come! It’s the best feeling in the world. Welcome to the World my Son, Adekunle, Noah, Oluwadarasimi, Ilerioluwa, Afolajimi, Oluwapamilerin,Oluwaferanmi, Akorede, Ebunoluwa, Iyanuoluwa… the names are endless, sebi u know the African tingy?… Omo ??? Smiles. U shall fulfill destiny IJMN, amen, ?. A big thank U to the beautiful Nigerian/Ghanaian women and Men of Columbus, Ohio for an amazing baby shower! God bless each & everyone of U. To all my close friends who knew and didn’t let d cat outta d bag, smiles… Tnks. To my ever supportive families, ?. To my swee❤️, my Babadudu smiles… God bless Us. #kennyisamummy!
All invited players for the Super Falcons game against France have arrived camp in Le Mans and due to have their first training session at 10am today.
The game against France will be at the MM Arena in Le Mans tomorrow, Friday, April 6th, 2018 @ 8pm.
Coach Thomas Dennerby initially released a list of 23 players for the match, but Asisat Oshoala, Onome Ebi, Alaba Jonathan, Chinwendu Ihezui and Uchechi Sunday had to pull out of the game due to problems with their visas or work permits. Rashidat Ajibade also had to pull out of the game because she was unwell.
Sophia Omotola Omidiji was given a late invitation to the team to replace the players that had are unavoidably absent. Sophia Omotola Omidiji (born June 18, 1997) is a Nigerian-American football player....