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My Dad Never Wanted Me To Be A Musician – Soludo’s Son

Contemporary Nigerian musician Ozonna Soludo, son of Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, claims that he never wanted his son to pursue a career in music.

Ozonna claimed in an interview with The Nation that his father showed him strong reluctance, and that it took some time for his parents to embrace his choice.

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“At first, I was met with resistance, but I think my parents understand that I’m quite an unwavering spirit and quite frankly, I was going to do it, anyway. But yes, I (now) have their blessing. At the end of the day, it’s my life and I’m a very passionate person with very strong ideas about what I want for myself,” he said.

Long before his father was elected governor, Ozonna had already carved out a place for himself in the world with his distinctive brand of music.

He completed his studies at the London Institute of Contemporary Music before starting his musical career in New York six years ago.

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Contemporary Nigerian musician Ozonna Soludo, son of Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State, claims that he never wanted his son to pursue a career in music.

Ozonna claimed in an interview with The Nation that his father showed him strong reluctance, and that it took some time for his parents to embrace his choice.

READ MORE: Is Nigeria Not Ruled By Yahoo Men?, Erigga Aks EFCC

“At first, I was met with resistance, but I think my parents understand that I’m quite an unwavering spirit and quite frankly, I was going to do it, anyway. But yes, I (now) have their blessing. At the end of the day, it’s my life and I’m a very passionate person with very strong ideas about what I want for myself,” he said.

Long before his father was elected governor, Ozonna had already carved out a place for himself in the world with his distinctive brand of music.

He completed his studies at the London Institute of Contemporary Music before starting his musical career in New York six years ago.

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