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EXCLUSIVE: Amara Kanu to Launch Fitness Book “Healthy Living with Amara Kanu” dedicated to her Husband Kanu Nwankwo | Get the Scoop

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Yay! Amara Kanu is taking on a strong passion of hers – fitness.

The creative entrepreneur, who has used her qualifications in Architecture and Entrepreneurial Management to channel her unique brand into a true lifestyle product, is now working on her passion as a fitness enthusiast.

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

A dedicated wife and mother to three children, Amara has a client base of parents/mothers with whom she shares her tips on raising confident children, achieving sound work/life balance and management of the home. Amara’s positive energy, drive and determination are what keep her at the top of her game and she is keen on helping, motivating and supporting others.

Amara has now penned down a highly anticipated book titled “Healthy Living with Amara Kanu”.

The book is set to be launched and unveiled to friends, family and top media influencers in London, footballers and of course the legendary Nwankwo Kanu, will be there to support his amazing wife who has dedicated her book to him and other sporting greats who have lost their lives from heart problems.

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The book will be available to pre-order from May 28th at just £12.99 www.amarakanu.com. Preorder also available from www.amazon.co.uk from 01 June. A public official launch event will take place July 7th 2017.

17 Comments

  1. Kosi

    May 26, 2017 at 9:10 pm

    Just???? 12 pounds???? 12 pounds for a book is just???

    • Seriously

      May 26, 2017 at 9:48 pm

      Well, didn’t Kim k’s selfie book or whatever book cost that price?
      At least this is about fitness and healthy living.

  2. B

    May 26, 2017 at 9:50 pm

    My dear that is cheap for a new book in the London “market’ compared to others. It will most likely go down in price during the sales or after a year or two.

  3. FifiLa

    May 26, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    Nigerian women and their compulsion to display unnecessary odes to their husbands.
    Why can’t you own your hard work? Why keep soothing your men as if they’re wailing infants?

    • Jen

      May 26, 2017 at 11:49 pm

      How does it affect you if she decides to appreciate or celebrate HER husband? Some of you are damn stupid. You guys really need to quit telling people how to live their lives!

    • Feeling Mischievious

      May 27, 2017 at 8:37 am

      Why won’t she dedicate it to her husband, after all her husband paid for her first degree, masters degree both studied abroad, and opened doors for her that some mates of hers in Nigeria can only dream about. Abeg, she should give honour to whom honour is due.

    • Susan

      May 28, 2017 at 9:18 pm

      Feeling Michevious:
      Your comment was spot on, but this part made little or no sense, permit me to say so, “opened doors for her that some mates of hers in Nigeria can only dream about.” Elaborate on what you mean by that? I live in Toronto but I’ll tell you that majority of people back home are doing way better than people in diaspora. Her mates can dream of? You have to be joking, that was an inaccurate analysis and poor generalization.

      That being said, Congratulations beautiful Amara! God bless you and your family!

  4. Jen

    May 26, 2017 at 11:50 pm

    Congratulations Mrs. Kanu! May God bless you and all your endeavours:

  5. OB

    May 27, 2017 at 3:47 am

    Nigerians can beat a business to the ground. First it was blogging, everyone jumped into it, then it was make-up artist, the fashion (even ordinary tailors give themselves big names or even those who just learnt how to sew themselves with no form of good training), then entertainment, now it is fitness and healthy living. Everyone is suddenly a fitness and health expert even those with little or no training in it or who just happen to lose weight. It is a fad. Fitness and health do need professionalism because no two bodies are the same and one should be able to proffer different healthy living and fitness style according to each individual’s circumstance.
    Please diversify, There are a million and one other businesses out there.

    • You are Fab

      May 27, 2017 at 9:23 pm

      @OB please what’s the next business idea. I want to beat it to the ground and make some money too.

  6. Tee

    May 27, 2017 at 6:05 am

    @OB abi o, who no fit be fitness expert when you never work for money in your life and have enough cash to throw around. E get any other thing wey wags they talk about when they meet up pass fashion and keeping fit.

  7. Xoxo

    May 27, 2017 at 7:35 am

    What’s exclusive about this na..read it first on her IG..LOL

  8. Mummybobo

    May 27, 2017 at 8:34 am

    Yeye people. Women especially wives are doing great things instead of some people to encourage and support them, they are here saying rubbish. Carry go baby oku, I love Amaka skin, smile and body, and will also buy her book. Nne God bless you

  9. Ifeyinwa Atuanya

    May 27, 2017 at 8:41 am

    why the caption, “still a size 10 even after three children”? why not leave that space blank

    and maybe write “still a size 10 even after three children” in foreword of her published book

    on the cover of her book, why not use a full length of the picture, not a selfie

    she is a fitness fanatic / expert, people should see the whole packaging, from head to toes

    she can hold dumbbells, on each hand

    her face should look at the camera, connecting with her audience that are her readers, I am talking about the cover of her published book

    I hope she doesn’t have Facebook Twitter YouTube on how one can get in touch with her on the cover of her published book

    The “HEALTHY LIVING” capital letters, why not do it like a cursor

    It is your first time, just my constructive criticisms

    Congratulations on your published book

  10. Anon

    May 27, 2017 at 10:40 am

    Genetics plays a big part in that mam hanging out with other footballer wives with their nip and tuck remedies also helps. Not saying you personally took the nip and tuck route but you sure did get some help with those pearly whites for instance. Just saying. 12 pound for a book it must be the holy grail of weight loss, in which case it should come with a money back guarantee.

  11. Matilda

    May 27, 2017 at 7:56 pm

    MY GOODNESS!!!!!! are you guys so sad and disenchanted that you cannot just appreciate endeavors or at least, not insult/bring down. This beautiful woman got married some 11 years ago and HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOUT THE HEALTHY LIFESTLYE. she’s always looked this good and didn’t just start because its a “fad”… like I’m confused and speechless at some of the comments man!
    it says she dedicated the book to her husband and OTHER FOOTBALL GREATS who lost their lives to heart problems…. how is that a problem biko? even if she dedicated it to just her husband and said all her achievements are because of him, how is that a problem??
    I really expected to read encouraging comments on this post but I was unpleasantly surprised man. I saw, more than anything, envy at this young woman who seems to have her life together, married with children and has a career. Sigh!

    • Ama

      May 27, 2017 at 9:05 pm

      Nwanyi oma matilida Biko purchase a truck load and donate o. You know we don’t no our carbs from our proteins.

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