The ‘Uyo Meyo’ has always been talking to the media through interviews about her family, but for the first time, we get to have a close look at her mother.
For now, we can only refer her to Mrs. Apata because we have no details about her name.
In the video Teni shared, Mrs. Apata could be seen putting on a purple colour native wear looking all radiant with her make up on.
Teni kept hyping her mother as she continued saying, ‘look at my mum,’ as she kept on reminding that her mum is beautiful.
There is a striking resemblance between herself and her mother and you should see that in the photos grabbed from the video below:
However, although Teni and Niniola are sisters they do not have the same mothers, their mothers are different.
The two successful artists, Teni and Nini are the daughters of the Late (RTD) Brigadier-General, Simeon Olaosebikan Apata, a military man.
Their dad fought for the Nigerian army under ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo during the civil war. Their father also happens to be the founder of the popular Apata Memorial Schools.
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