Radio personality cum actress, Destiny Amaka, has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry. But what she badly needs now is true love.
She recently told Inside Nollywood about her kind of man and how she has been devoted in prayers to meet her future husband.

Hear her: “I am very single. When the going gets tough the tough gets going. I’m just trying to be as positive and optimistic as possible, most especially, in these times. I’ve chosen to live in a world where all my dreams and fantasies come true, and this is why I am happy and glowing.‎

That’s why you always see me on social media addressing my future hubby because in my mind he is already here and we are having a blast. Who ever he is and wherever he is so life, I don’t know, but I believe life can only get better. I’m not looking for handsome man, I’m more attracted to drive, hustle and sensitivity.”

‎Amaka, is so filled with faith that she prays twice every day for her ‘dear future husband’ and unborn children.
“I pray for my husband every day sometimes twice a day, I lay hands on my womb and pray for my unborn. He is out there and I speak to him as though he is already in my life. We need to pray more now as single ladies because the men out there are struggling.

I’ve found that the men are just as scared as the women are. We need to pray for our men. They have the responsibility to find us and care for us but they out there scared and confused.”
Speaking on her projects and career, the Cool FM 96.9 OAP big girl stated that 2016 has been so wonderful to her, but her expectations are high for 2017.

‎”Each new day I get close and closer to my goals. My fans would see a lot more from me on the screens. Producing, behind the screens creating and developing content for TV. I want to build a brand that inspires and the kind of entertainment that will distract you from your present situation.

2017, is a big year ahead i’m excited not because its has been easy or I have all I need or want but because I know God never gives a dream without provision,” she concluded.