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How Omobonike Odegbami-Leigh's Mum, Who Recently Turned 70, Appeared In Beyoncé’s Black Is King Album

In the United States, Omobonike Odegbami-Leigh is one of the Nigerians making the country proud. She is from Abeokuta, but lives in Northville, Michigan. She is an accomplished professional. She is the District VC, international programs at WCCCD.

Her biological mother when she was 69 and looking towards her 70th, she got invited and appeared in Beyonce's Black is King album.

Let's tell you more about her. She is Mojisola Ogunsina-Odegbami, mother of 4. She was recently cast in Beyonce's Black is King video and was featured by CNN, amongst many other news outlets. CNN recently posted her story titled How a Grandmother from Nigeria ended up in Beyonce's new visual album.

According to the story, Mojisola Odegbami did not anticipate that a trip to the US would land her a part in a visual album by one of the most popular music artists in the world.

 Let's tell you more about her. She is a dual-citizen. She lives in both the US & Nigeria. She has a Master’s degree in Human Services, Family Life Education. She is from the Awori tribe in Ogun state. She is the 4th of 7 children.

Congratulations to a great mother at 70. Happy Birthday. Wishing you many more years in good health, love, and happiness.

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