Singer, Emma Obi, better known as Emma Nyra, has re-echoed the voices of many women in her interview with Saturday Beats.
Emma who welcomed her twin daughters in 2018 and admitted last year that motherhood has not been a walk in the park for her, shares again that raising her girls now trumps driving her music career – a typical concession that most mums make.
According to the 31-year-old ‘Jamina’ crooner who has been off the radar for a while told, raising her children now takes priority over her career.
Being a mother affects my career 100 per cent because all my choices are based on the wellbeing of my twins, Alexander and Alexandría.
They always come first and my career is second to their needs. At times, it could be quite difficult to balance but I always make it work.
Thanks to my strong family support system.
Nyra also revealed that she had to get a personal trainer to get back in shape after her pregnancy.
In order to get back in shape, I had to get a trainer and completely changed my diet.
It’s still a work in progress to return to my pre-pregnancy weight but I want to encourage women to maintain a routine after giving birth.
Maintaining an active lifestyle can be extremely challenging when one has children to take care of as well,