EMI was born in London in 1966. At the age of Seven, he and his sister were taken by their dad, leaving their mum behind.

He grew up in Nigeria, Africas most populated country. He finished his primary, secondary and A-Level education in Nigeria and

lived there for over 14 years. The events of discovering his new life and a whole new world and learning to adapt to it, plus the longterm

scars, inspired him to write this book, hoping that it may one day help many a child, mother or father to understand the effects

of parental abduction on the child.


He has one daughter.

Yemi lives in Bedfordshire where amongst other hobbies he is an experienced County Referee and Referees Assessor.


Today he works as an IT Sales Manager for Western Digital the worlds leading Hard Disk Drive Manufacturer.

After the publication of the original book "Time Will Tell" in July 2011, Yemi appeared on BBC Breakfast News to discuss his experience and the rising concerns of International Parental Abduction.

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