Vanguard (Lagos)

Nigeria: Sonny Okosuns' Daughter Gives Birth to Baby Boy

Three months after we published the story of Ebony, late Evangelist Sonny Okosuns daughter being pregnant for her boy friend, Ade an Ikorodu, Lagos State indigene, the former owner of a fashion house was safely delivered of a baby boy in far away America.

Ebony, Stella Monye's daughter for late Evangelist Sonny Okosuns has thus made the popular songstress, a proud grand mother.

The young lady who until last year owned a fashion house called Babu Gee in Ogba, Lagos relocated to America where she was delivered of the baby in February. The couple had on the eve of the birth held a baby shower party for friends in anticipation of the new baby.

In our story we had drawn readers attention to facts posted on the wall of her Facebook which indicated that the baby will be born in the month of February, following the hosting of the traditional American styled Baby Shower.

Few months before she left the country, this writer had engaged Ebony in a telephone chat where she'd confirmed her pregnancy. She also spoke on the relationship between her and the father of the baby saying it was their decision to have the baby before the traditional ceremonies.

"Apart from the fact that both families are in agreement with the relationship, the most important thing is that we are adults and we know what we want and what we are doing. We are not interested for now, in loud celebrations. That will come later but for now, what matters is that we love each other"

Although she would not divulge the identity.of the man in her life, our investigations revealed the name of the guy as Ade, an indigene of Ikorodu in Lagos State..

"They met in America and it is a relationship that spans over ten years" our source revealed.

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