Good day viewers, hope you are doing good today, we just needertain our self with this simple comparison with these two popular Nigerian Fuji Star sons (K1 De Ultimate and Obesere).
His son El-Amin Ademola Adio was born on the 20th of February 1999, at Guys hospital in London.
He started his primary school education at Eaton school were he studied between 2003 - 2010. He then moved to King Canterbury for his secondary school education were he spent 2 years.
Abass Akande Obesere, also known as Omo Rapala, is a native of Ibadan, the largest city in Western Nigeria. ... Alhaji Obesere survived a ghastly car accident at Ijebu-Ode in his Lexus jeep LX470 on his way to Lagos. The accident occurred on Sunday April 8, 2012 at about 7:30pm.
Lekan Akande is one of the children of popular musician, Abass Akande Obesere. Lekan lived all his live in Dublin with his mom but plans to relocate to Nigeria soon due to his line of business now.
1. El-Amin Ademola Adio
2. Lekan Akande
which one of them have more Swag? Give your answers in the comments section
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