WOMAN OF 1ST ADESUWA DQUEEN SPEAKS ON HER 10.000 LOVING KIDS



CEO the Edo international reggae festival , Princess Adesuwa Omoyeme Obatta a.k.a Dqueen is a rare humanitarian who often speaks on superlatives on her alleged thousands of kids

Dqueen,is a theater artist graduate from the university of California (UCLA) USA . she also holds a degree in cinematography from the same school,also a graduate of business management and marketing training from Boston state university (USA) she is a mother to her 3 biological


However she often say she is mother of many

Hear her in a chat with WORLD LEADERS "Am mother to over 10.000 adopted children across Africa I love them, I spend my millions on them, it gives me joy"she posited




EXPERIENCE

Princess Adesuwa Omoyeme Obatta a.k.a Dque IS WELL EXPOSED and has worked with the likes of Queen Latifah ,tupac umaru shakur to name but a few, she is also an OAP, she is also an entertainment director with a class one to behold.back here in Nigeria she has also worked with likes of Majek Fashek,Africa meets reggae, Roaring thunder sound system, Aibtonia promotions as Mc/compare.

she is the #1 female concert Mc/compare in Africa, she's the Rasta queen and empress of reggae in Nigeria,coordinator The Edo international reggae festival .www.Facebook.com/Dqueen Adesuwa Anthony...Twitter @Dqueenadesuwa...instagram@empresslionnesspromotions


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Comments

  1. World class mama....
    Who meet u nor dey lack...
    More grease to ur elbow ma..

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