After her studies, she did a lot of freelance work with a couple of embassies while shipping products between countries. The Nigerian embassy in Egypt was however one of the embassies she worked with the most. In the course of working there, she fell in love with Nigeria.
She at some point did interior designs as part time for a number of notable Nigerians' homes in Egypt having been interested in Real Estate since her teens. The Nigerians she worked with have always encouraged her to visit Nigeria; they initiated her by making her listen to Nigerian music, watch Nigerian movies; and consequently, she found herself eating Nigerian food, even the types that were alien to Egypt like plantain and yam.
She is a vast traveller; but for some reason she could not resist Nigeria. She sees Nigerians as always happy, and she loves the fact that anyone can start dancing anywhere when music plays. Ultimately, she fell in love with Nigerian jollof rice and has since been hooked on it.
She has also dipped her hands into modelling. She started strutting her stuff on the runway since age 17. At that age, she also discovered her musical part and went on to record her demo titled "Sorry". She wrote the lyrics and created and produced the melody.
All of her talents put together, the musical and modelling parts were the most desirable to her. She has always wanted to be a singer and loved posing as a model. Though she still does interior designs, and invests in real estates.
She recently released a new song called "Zoobi". Zoobi is a Zambian name, and the song was done by a Nigerian producer called Milla, and the beat is Afro Beat. It's a duet with her Nigerian friend; Obinna Nwokiki. She wrote the lyrics and mixed the melody, and Obinna worked on the melody of the chorus.
The song is presently being mixed and mastered in Egypt and will be released soon, followed by the video shoot in Nigeria.