Humanitarian First, Singer Second: Nigerian-Born Soprano Abiodun Koya on Her Multi-Faceted Career

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The Abiodun Koya Foundation’s mission, as related on their website, is to improve the lives of women and children in sub-Saharan Africa through equal access to education. In my conversation with Koya, she stated that, to date, the Foundation has helped nearly 5,000 women and children in sub-Saharan Africa.

“I sometimes like for people to refer me to as a humanitarian first and a singer second. The entire purpose of my existence is to serve others,” Koya said as we spoke over the phone. “I love to help people who don’t have a voice or any sort of platform. I use music to bring awareness of disadvantaged children, widows, women in prison, and many other issues.”

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