On Entertainment News, Nigeria’s songstress, Onyeka Onwenu popularly known as Elegant Stallion has been talking about her memoir, “My Father’s Daughter” and why she owes nobody any apologize for being a strong woman.
The book, which chronicles the story of her life was unveiled to the world on the 1st of October amid resounding ovation. Speaking during a virtual pre-book launch on Tuesday, the Elegant Stallion described her memoir as a “ book of stories” adding that “it chronicles the challenges she had to face as a woman.
The music icon said the memoir, which contains over 450 pages, is designed to give inspiration to the younger ones, especially the younger feminine gender, since it encapsulates her low and high moments, through life.
Onwenu, however, expressed disappointment with what is currently happening in the country today.
She charged Nigerians to play less on tribalism but focus more on the positives inherent in the different ethnic groups that make up the country.