Fuji icon, Alabi Pasuma give the hand of his daughter to her husband yesterday in a joyous and amazing moment as many were seen rejoicing yesterday but King Wasiu Ayinde made Alabi Pasuma shed tears of joy yesterday as he sings for him during his daughter wedding party.
Wasiu Alabi Odetola is a Nigerian, a fuji artist and also a yoruba actor, as he has appeared in so many yoruba movies. He was born on the 27th of November, 1967, and he is also called Oganla Fuji by his many fans all over the world.
Popular Fuji artist, Alabi Pasuma is one of the loved fuji musicians in Nigeria, and he is steady on the fuji industry, and could also be regarded as one of the best fuji artist in Nigeria, some fans would also argue that he is the best.
Yesterday would surely be one of the best day in the maestro life, and would always cherished that day as he gives his daughter, Baraka Odetola hand in marriage to her heartthrob, a wedding which was occasioned by many favorite Nigerian celebrities.
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After the wedding, there was a party that was organised and lots of different fuji artist stormed the party to celebrate with Alhaji Pasuma Alabi. During the party, King Wasiu Ayinde sings the praise of Alabi Pasuma, and the popular musician had to shed tears which is definitely tears of joy.
This is what we call a tears of joy.
Happy wedding life to his daughter, May Almighty Allah make it a perfect home for her.
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