Death is inevitable and losing a loved one can be so devastating for anyone regardless of their social status. In this article, we would be taking a look at 7 Nigerian celebrities that lost their loved ones in September. 1. King Sunny Ade On the 21st of September, Nigerian veteran singer, King Sunny Ade lost his wife a day to his 74th birthday.
Death is inevitable and losing a loved one can be so devastating for anyone regardless of their social status. Last week, some of our favorite Nigerian celebrities were thrown into mourning after losing their loved ones to the cold hands of death. In this article, we would be taking a look at 4 Nigerian celebrities that lost their loved ones last week.
King Sunday Adegeye is one of the most talented and popular juju musicians in the country. The award-winning musician popularly known as Sunny Ade has earned profound respect in the entertainment industry. His music has taken him to different parts of the world where he entertained his numerous fans and also received awards and recognition for his superb musical skills.
Every musician's greatest joy is teaching their own children to emulate them and continue in their footsteps. It's becoming more common for offspring of artists to follow in their parents' footsteps. Ayinla Kollington, Chief Ebenezer Obey, Orlando Owoh, and other musicians' children are making waves in the music industry.
Things have often been sold for outrageous amount of money at auctions. Ranging from art pieces to rare relics and many more items. Such was the case of Nigerian Legendary Musician, King Sunny Ade, who once sold his Vintage Fender Guitar for 52.1 million naira in Lagos State.
When we talk about royal bloods, you will be surprised that we have these special people in the entertainment industry too. Royal families are those families that are often bestowed the power to rule the people of their native land, and oftentimes perform the necessary rituals to keep their homeland safe.
Today's Headlines: Why Buhari's Govt Will Not Reveal Boko Haram Sponsors -AGF, Buhari Hails Sunny Ade
Why Buhari Govt Will Not Reveal Boko Haram sponsors - Malami Photo Credit: Daily Post The Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami, has again reiterated that the Muhammadu Buhari administration will not name sponsors of terrorism at the moment. According to Malami, this is so it won’t jeopardise investigations.
King Sunny Ade is a Juju legend, a type of danceable music that combines praise singing and Yoruba drum beats. King Sunny Ade, who was born in Osogbo, dropped out of school to pursue his musical dreams. His training started as an instrument-carrying band boy, progressed through a brief love affair with drums, and endede in the 1960s once he began playing guitar for semi-professional highlife music groups in Lagos.
Popular Juju Singer, King Sunny would currently be bereaved after one of his wives lost her life to the cold hands of death. Although King Sunny Ade has lots of wife but the death of Ajoke Adegeye which surely take a big place in the heart of legend for many reasons.
Before Burna boy won a Grammy award in March 2021, other Nigerian artists were nominated in the past but didn't win. In this post, I'm going to share with you some popular Nigerian artists who have previously been nominated for a Grammy award. 1.
Music Legend, King Sunny Ade, has lost one of his wives who was also ex-lawmaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, known as Honourable (Mrs) Risikat Adegeye, as the ex-lawmaker died early Tuesday, 21 September 2021, and cause of her death was unknown at the time of filing this report.
Renowned Nigerian Music legend and Evangelist, Ebenezer Obey (MFR), has mourned with his fellow music icon, Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye, better known as King Sunny Ade, KSA, following the death of his wife, Risikat Ajoke Adegeye. Obey made this statement on Friday through his General Manager, Obey Music Group, Tunji Odunmbaku.
The wife of popular legendary Juju Singer king Sunny Ade, Risikat Ajoke Adeniyi, has passed on. Ajoke is one of the wives of Nigerian Legendary singer, Sunday AdeniyiAdeye, popularly known as Sunny Ade, who started singing since 1970s. The late wife of Sunny Ade, Ajoke was formerly, a member of Lagos State House of Assembly.
Following the death of Risikat Adegeye, who was the wife of the popular Juju singer, King Sunny Ade, the President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari send his condolence message. Late Risikat Adegeye, who was a member of the 6th Lagos State House of Assembly was announced dead today.
Buhari sympathizes with King Sunny Ade Photo Credit: Daily Post President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with renowned musician, King Sunny Ade over the passing of his wife, Risikat Ajoke Adegeye. Adegeye, who was a member of the 6th Lagos State House of Assembly, passed away on Tuesday, September 21, 2021.
Nigerian Juju singer and who is also considered as the King of Juju in Nigeria, Sunday Adegeye is popularly known as King Sunny Ade has lost one of his wives a day to his birthday. King Sunny Ade was born on the 22nd of September 1946 and he will be 75 years old tomorrow.
Death is often described as a necessary evil especially when the deceased is loved by many. On Tuesday, Nigerians woke up to a heartbreaking news about the death of Hon. Risikat Adegeye after a brief illness. Source: PUNCH Adegeye was the wife of Juju music legend, Chief Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye professionally known as King Sunny Adé.
Hajj: 599 Intending Pilgrims Refunded In Katsina The Katsina State Pilgrims Welfare Board has so far disbursed the sum of over N768.9 million to 599 intending pilgrims that sought for refund in the state. The Executive Director of the board, Alhaji Suleiman Nuhu Kuki, gave the update during a press briefing on the ongoing refund exercise to 2020/2021 intending pilgrims at the board’s headquarters in Katsina.
Risikat Ajoke Adegeye, one of the wife's of Nigerian music icon, King Sunny Ade, KSA, is dead. Adegeye, a former member of the Lagos State House of Assembly and an ex-Chairmanship aspirant under the umbrella of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, in Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area, was said to have died in the wee hours of Tuesday following a brief illness.
According to a report released by VANGUARD today September 21, 2021, Risikat Adejoke Adegeye, one of the wives of Nigerian legendary singer, Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye, popularly called king Sunny Ade is dead. According to the report, Risikat Adejoke Adegeye was a former member of Lagos State House of Assembly, Amuwo Odofin constituency 1 and former commissioner. She reportedly died in the early hours of today, Tuesday, September 2, 2021 after a brief sickness. Furthermore, she was a devoted and loyal party member