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UK-based singer, Queen Rosemary, bounces back


Just when many had started asking of her whereabouts, Nigeria-born international singer, Queen Rosemary Omeda, a.k.a Rosemary Awele, is back big time on the scene, with the re-invigoration of her still tottering baby, African Film & Music Award, AFMA.

AFMA has no doubt become a rallying point in the city of London and its environs since its debut last year, as it seeks to profile, celebrate and recognise the achievements of both past and present African stars. And since the maiden edition, the event has remained in the consciousness of entertainment buffs and industry watchers.

Queen Rosemary doubles as businesswoman, singer, motivational speaker and a writer, with eight books to her credit. They include The Uplifting Book of Wisdom, This Is The Real Truth About Marriage, Why You Should Believe in Yourself, Depression, The Beauty Inside and others.

Though born in Nigeria, she spent most time of lifetime in the Queensland, where she obtained a Masters Degree in Philosophy at the London School of Economic & Science. Today, she uses her music and to talk more about love and relationship among youths in the world, with the aim of creating peace and unity in the world.

The singer cum writer has been severally linked to the Nollywood world, as she took her skill along the line to direct and produce two flicks, which she also did the sound tracks. With her return to the scene, which is her familiar terrain, Queen Rosemary is set to make impact with the yet to be announced date of the second edition of AFMA, which she co-founded with P Tee Money, an equally enterprising and innovative dude in the showbiz world.

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