Radio personality Toolz and her husband, Tunde Demuren on a day like this two years ago got married. Celebrating their 2nd anniversary wedding today, Toolz shared the wedding photos on instagram with the caption
“2 down 98 years to go!!!! Happy 2nd Anniversary to us @captdemuren ❤❤❤❤ No long talk necessary… Love you like Trump loves Putin/Twitter!!! Team #TSquare forever! #GodsGotUs#NewChapters“
Meanwhile Tolu Oniru, popularly known asToolz, is an outstanding Nigerian radio personality, talk show host, and presenter. She was born in London on July 6, 1982 to the famous Oniru Royal Family of Lagos State.
She is best known for hostingThe Midday ShowonThe Beat 99.9 FM every weekend.Toolz had her primary education at Talbot House preparatory school in bournemouth, United Kingdom(UK), and her secondary education in Nigeria before she relocatedback to the UK to study atCity of Westminster College.
She went further to obtain a degree in Business and Mass communication fromLondon Metropolitan University. She has also interviewed popular African celebrities on her talk showThe Juice.
Celebrities likeYvonne Nelson, OmotolaJalade Ekeinde, Davido, Rita Dominic.She was part of the judges at the 2011 and2012 Channel O Music Video Awards.Toolz is also the host of X Factor West Africa.
In an interview on when asked why she dumped medicine forentertainment; she has this to say; “It is one of those things I just fell into after I finished fromthe University of Westminster, where I studied business and communications.
When I did my A levels in mathematics, biology and chemistry, I was planning to read medicine but after studyingchemistry for a year, I realised that it was not really for me.
After A levels, I told myself I wouldn’t be going for medicine and I had to convince my parents on my decision. They freaked out! After university, I found myself at this sales job which I did for about seven or eight months.
After that, I ended up working at MTV but I soon realised that entertainment obviously, was my thing. At that level, my parents supported me.”