Read the life changing story of a Nigerian artist who was once a plantain seller.
By Newsgist1 | self meida writer
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At some point in our lives, things changed, our stories changed. Here is a life changing story of a popular Nigerian musicians who used to sell plantain just to survive.
Inetimi Timaya Odon is a very popular musician who was born on August 15 1980. . He is better known for his stage name Timaya. He is now a singer, and also a songwriter. He is also the founder of Om Records limited. His song career began in 2005 with the release of "Dem mama " he is born in part of port Harcourt, Rivers state.
Timaya sees music as a struggle and quest for a change in his life . Having been inclined to street hustle at an early age.
He was a plantain seller at a very young age, he does that to assist his mom. According to him , at that time he never knew he could become a somebody not to take of a celebrity. He has always loved music right from young age.
He used this picture to tell his story
See how he looks like now
With God, anyone's story and life can change for good.
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