Maria Okan, the baby mom of Nigerian musician Olamide Adedeji, also known as Olamide, said that she was never paid to end her child’s life.
On Tuesday, the media personality shared this information on Twitter. Okan also stated that she loves being a mother rather than a murderer.
She tweeted, ”Good morning I was never offered, I (was) never asked, nor did I receive money to murder a child.
“I heard that story for the 1st time when you all did – when I was 8 months (pregnant). You say I made the wrong choice to carry life, and I should’ve opted for murder? Pele. I love motherhood.”
Maria Okan had previously revealed how she had to accept the fact that she would have to raise her daughter alone without a father figure three years after the birth of her daughter, Monife.
While celebrating her new position at the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in the UK, Okan made this known via her Instagram page.
“This is the story of a lady who relocated to the UK from Nigeria pregnant with her first child. Halfway through her pregnancy, she realised she would have to raise the child alone.
After having her daughter, she started her career from the scratch in the United Kingdom. She is now a presenter and producer of the first-ever “Afrobeats Roundup with Maria” on BBC 1Xtra.”