Photos Of Nike Oshinowo’s Twins… Speaks About Having Them At 48

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Nike Oshinowo in an exclusive chat with HELLO! Nigeria spoke
about her twins and how her former marriage to Dr. Tunde Soleye packed up. She
also revealed this would be the first time she would be talking to the press
about her children, and does not think she would like to repeat it again. What
she told them;

“This is the only interview I’m going to give about it
because my children didn’t choose to come into this world or choose to be
famous that way. I’m the one who’s famous. My children are not famous. I’m
hoping they’re going to be able to live very normal lives.”
“I’m not supposed to be able to have children. I have
endometriosis. I didn’t decide it was time, God decided it was time.” 

About having children at 48


I think one thing you should know with me is that I’ll tell
you the truth. If you dare to ask a question, I will answer. The answer might
freak you out, but I will answer you as honestly as I can. It can happen to
anyone, I’m not special.  I’m very close
to my creator, and to be close to your creator, you don’t have to go to church
or to any special pastor, you just form a one on one relationship with your
God.
I was out of my
marriage, and I was lying in bed, talking to my God “Okay, so, here I am, is
this what you want for me? Please tell me the next step. What am I supposed to
do now?” and I fell asleep. As I slept, I felt a tug on the bedding and I open
my eyes…
I’m saying you have a choice to choose. I chose to have my
children look like the rest of my family. I chose to have my children look like
my cousins, the children of my sister, the children of my brother – all the
same colour. I did what I needed to do to make that happen. My children bear
Oshinowo. It’s a very good surname to have!
About her ex-husband
The attraction to Dr. Tunde Soleye was his mind. He had and
still has amazing mind. I can’t really explain it, but I’m not a highly s*xual
person and I’ve never been able to be. If you are not, you have to be able to
be attracted by other things and he has a phenomenal mind.

Don’t forget I wasn’t 18 or 20 or even twenty-five at the
time. I was forty! But I have to say I was very much in love. Was I…guided?
More by my heart than my head. Isn’t that nice to be sometimes? Am I
embarrassed by that? No. Do I regret it? I don’t. I’m very grateful to have
experienced it. It doesn’t happen that often. Would I do it again? Probably not
in such a hurry. It took 7 years for me to agree to date him. When I say I
wouldn’t do it again in a hurry, I meant I wouldn’t rush into another marriage
in a hurry because all the love in the world is still not enough to sustain a
marriage. There are other key components.  

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