Nigerian music producer, wife welcome baby

Veteran Nigerian singer, songwriter, and producer, Emeka Onusiruika, popularly known by his stage name, Mekoyo, and wife, Amaka, have welcomed a new baby.

Valerie Uchechi Onusiruika was born on October 17 and named on October 24 at the family’s residence in the presence of friends and family.

Speaking exclusively to PREMIUM TIMES in an overwhelming tone, Mekoyo said he feels very happy and blessed to have the gift of a new baby.

The naming had in attendance Becky Eneche, a medical doctor and wife of the founder and senior pastor at Dunamis International Gospel Centre in Abuja.

Admonishing the parents on child upbringing, Ms. Eneche encouraged the parents to bring up the baby in the fear of the Lord.

“Mr Mekoyo is blessed with three (3) children, something people would go the extra mile to have” she added. dsc_0113

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Mekoyo was an affiliated member of the defunct band, Styl Plus. He was one of the producers of their groundbreaking single, “Olufunmi”.

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