kidney surgery in India, shared this lovely photo of his three Okungbowa wives June aka Ama, Mabel aka Mama J and Korede aka Kokomi.
He revealed that the picture was taken in August 2013, at
Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, the day he
departed for India…they all traveled to India together!
Meanwhile, OJB has revealed that he is currently writing his
first book ‘The Celebrated Beggar’.
The book will not only chronicle the challenges he encountered while
begging for money from Nigerians via the #SaveOJB campaign, but will
also narrate his adult life experiences.
OJB says the book will ‘‘capture his experience as a producer, musician up to the travails of his kidney ailment’.
He added that the greatest help anyone can render to him now is to give him jobs.
‘Now that the surgery has been successful, the next mission is trying
to maintain the kidney so that it doesn’t relapse. The doctors
prescribed that I chill and relax for six months, but I can’t afford to
do that when I have a family to take care of. I have to get back to
‘I think the help anyone can render me at this time is to give me
jobs to do. I don’t want to just sit down and be idle. This production
thing has always been my passion and so I need to get back to it.”