One of the most prominent musicians Nigeria had ever produced is, Sir Shina Peters, he's known to be the pioneer of the Afro Juju music In Nigeria back then 1990's which makes it about 31 years of his activeness in the Nigeria music Industry.
Sir Shina Peters was born in the year 1958 as Oluwashina Akanbi Peters to Victoria Asake Peters and Emmanuel Adakun Peters.
It was all surprising and amazing, after the popular music icon, took to his Instagram handle to share a video of himself being ordained as a Bishop in the Cherubim and seraphim church, he added to the video a caption and it reads; "Bishop with the swagger, God Above All"
After he made this post, the fans of the music star also share their opinion about the new development.
Here are some of the reactions from people:
Kindly use the comment section to share your opinion about the post sir Shina for from the Cherubim and seraphim Church and don't forget to like and share this post.
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