Mavin star, husband welcome second child

Di'ja lives a very private life and has never really revealed much about her family especially her husband, Rotimi and their first son.

The singer got married in 2015, to her husband Rotimi in a secret wedding that stunned many Nigerians.

Sharing a picture of her baby girl, she said “Wow I now have TWO children now (a boy and a girl). Alhamdullilah. Ubangiji Allah sai Godiya. I’m the happiest woman alive. God bless my husband , mother, father, and my brother and his family @msfaddy..heck my whole family! My daughter came on 9th MARCH 2018.”

Dija’s first son was born in June 2016.

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