Toke Makinwa, media personality, has forged ahead with her book tour and other promotional activities despite the threat of a lawsuit by Maje Ayida, her estranged husband.

TheCable Lifestyle had on Friday exclusively reported that Ayida was planning to sue Makinwa and would only rescind his decision if she stopped promoting and selling her tell-all memoir, On Becoming.

Ayida, who has hired British and Nigerian lawyers, says Makinwa “exaggerated” most of the information in the book which documented their relationship and her childhood.

Makinwa’s first reaction after the report went viral was an Instagram post, which said, “The Lord shall fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.”

The on-air-personality further shared details of her book signing engagement in Ghana, promoting the event and urging fans to purchase the book.

In three Instagram posts, she wrote: “Have you bought a copy of OnBecoming? You can purchase your On Becoming from all the various bookstores in the flyer.”

“I will be signing your books, hearing your stories and sharing my life with you tonight.”

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Makinwa would subsequently, on the same day, go on two television interviews to promote the book.

The book signing/meet and greet event took place at La Palm Royal Beach Hotel, Ghana.



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