Meet Qamarudeen Aiyeloyun, The Popular Islamic Musician Who Spent 18 Months In His Mother’s Womb
By WestNigeria | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 236 views
Qamarudeen Aiyeloyun is a popular Islamic musician, singer, songwriter, brand ambassador and also a CEO. He is the President of Islamic Musician Association of Nigeria. He was born and bred in Lagos State, Nigeria.
Aiyeloyun has collected many awards and has been featured on several songs, he is now based in the United State With is family. He has more thank two children.
In an interview when he was asked to say something about his personal life, he said something about his birth and after his birth, how he grew up and how he managed to make it through his music talents.
He was aske, “What startling incidence were you ever told about your birth?”
My mother told me that I was in her womb for 18 months. One and a half years. So much that some people even said it was fibroid and not pregnancy. I didn’t know why it was like that but I thank God, this is me. I have been severally described as a special child because of that. But God knows best, he said.
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