Who Is Jeanette Kwayke Partner? Details We Know About Tokunbo


Sports broadcaster and retired British sprinter Jeanette Kwakye ( Source : Kuulpeeps )

Tokunbo is married to Jeanette Kwakye. Both couples are from Nigeria and are parents to two lovely kids.

Kwakye ran the 100 meters in 11.59 seconds to win the 2007 British Championship. She defeated Donna Fraser and Emily Freeman the following day to win the 200-meter race, giving them the silver and bronze medals, respectively.

Kwakye won the Olympic trials and successfully defended her British 100-meter championship, earning her an automatic spot in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Her 11.26-second time was a lifetime best at the time.

Since Heather Oakes in 1984, she was the first British woman to advance to the 100-meter final. Kwakye was the lone European competitor in the Olympic final, as well.

Who Is Tokunbo? Meet Jeanette Kwayke Partner

Tokunbo is the husband of Jeanette Kwayke. Kwayke and her husband were married in August 2016. It's unclear how they got to know one another before moving in together.

A unique fact about Jeanette's life partner is that she is from Nigeria. She also has South African ancestry because her parents were born in Ghana.

On the other side, there is no information available regarding Tokunbo's occupation. Kwayke hasn't revealed much about himself, including his past in the workforce.

We also don't know how long they dated before getting engaged. The former athlete does not favor publicizing many details of her private life.

Standard reports Around 2012, Jeanette and Toks Oluwa, were in a relationship. Her ex-partner was a journalist who was very encouraging to her.

In addition, Jeanette admitted that she is a mother and that she has kids. But as of now, Kwayke's children and family information are not reported to the public.

Jeanette Kwayke Ethnicity 

South Africans make up Jeanette Kwayke's ethnicity. Kwakye's parents were both born in Ghana's Brong-Ahafo Region. Early in the 1980s, the family of Kwakye relocated to England.

Louis, Kwakye's younger brother, competes in national athletics as well. The 2020 Penguin (Merky Books) book "Taking Up Space" is co-authored by Chelsea, her younger sister.

Kwakye earned a degree in politics and economics from Loughborough University, where she also attended. The singer Estelle and she are good friends.

Jeanette Kwakye in the frame
Jeanette Kwakye in the frame ( Source : Mobile )

Kwakye trained Lily James and Lenora Crichlow for their separate roles as athletes in the 2012 British movie Fast Girls set. She also had an appearance in the 2012 documentary Personal Best.

In October 2016, Jeanette was a member of a group working to acquire Dagenham & Redbridge of the English National League. 2017 saw the self-publication of Femi the Fox by Kwakye.

What Is Jeanette Kwayke Net Worth? 

Because of her successful profession, Jeanette Kwayke has a respectable net worth. Her exact fortunes, however, are still unknown to this day. Additionally, her career earnings details have not yet been made public.

2014 was the start of Jeanette's radio career at BBC Radio London. She also contributes writing to other well-known British publications. 

For BBC Sport, Kwakye has hosted several sporting events, including the 2018 Youth Olympics, the 2019 World Swimming and Athletics Championships, The Women's Football Show, and BBC Sports Personality of the Year. She works as a trackside reporter for the BBC.

The Women's Sports Show was a weekly hour-long program that Kwakye used to host on BBC Radio London every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Kwakye was announced as Channel 5's principal presenter for their boxing program in December 2020.

Kwakye enjoys writing and has had articles published by BT Sport, The Guardian, and the Daily Mirror. She is a Sky Sports Changing Lives athlete mentor for the Youth Sport Trust as well. From 2013 to 2019, she worked as a correspondent for the children's television program Game Changers on Sky Sports.

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