Music of America from My Heart (Mubo Aderonke Lala)


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Publication Date: 5/30/2018
B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm
Page Count: 194


Sarah was born to an unskilled young mother who suddenly finds herself alone with young Sarah when her then live-in boyfriend, which is Sarah’s father, decided to leave them both for a tour of the duty, a circumstance that made Sarah separated from her biological parents. Sarah was raised by her maternal grandmother and her auntie in a small town called Opelika. At an appointed time, all people that matter in her life came back to favor her. She fell in love and married a Nigerian student who encouraged her to fine-tune her career as a singer. When the family moved to Nigeria, she was not found of rigidity in Nigerian school system where students just study, do exam, study, and do the test. Nothing excited her; therefore, she suggested a ceremony similar to the American version of homecoming to her daughter’s school. They not only accepted her idea but also granted her absolute right to coordinate and implement the entire event. The event was so successful that it eventually transformed Sarah from an elite house wife to a well-known socialite in the Nigerian high-class inner circle.