Kanu’s Wife’s Book for Launch in London

Kanu’s Wife’s Book for Launch in London

BY KUNLE SOLAJA.

 

Healthy Living, the book written by Amara Kanu, the wife of Nigeria’s legendary former skipper, Nwankwo Kanu, will be publicly unveiled in London next month.

Nwankwo Kanu’s publicist, Abia Onyebuchi informed Sports Village Square that the date for the unveiling has not been decided.

But the book is already available since last Sunday and could be ordered from the author’s blog, www.amarakanu.com. A copy goes for £12.99. It has also been available at Amazon since Tuesday.

Onyebuchi informed Village Sports Square that the book was unveiled to friends, family, top media influencers in Central London and footballers at the Library, Covent Garden London.

The Voice Newspaper UK has gone to write about the book: “If you want to maintain your figure after having children, this book is a must! The 30-day fitness guide included is a real help. It’s a through explanation of all things fitness- Great value and a very enjoyable read.”

David Dein, former vice-chairman of Arsenal and The FA remarked: “This book made me feel fitter just be reading it!”  Another testimony came from the award winning actress, TV host and philanthropist, Kate Henshaw: “This book takes you through the steps to a total fitness and general well-being.

“It is not just about exercise but the mental preparation involved to start the journey to a more fit you. I recommend it all for women who are about to start, having started or are determined to be fit and healthy. No shortcuts, just clean, healthy living.”

According Onyebuchi, a pastor, Amara Kanu is a creative entrepreneur who has used her qualifications in Architecture and Masters in Entrepreneurial Management to channel her unique brand into a true lifestyle product.

“A fitness enthusiast, Amara is a coach to women around the globe on achieving healthier lifestyles through exercise, nutrition and lifestyle choices.

 

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