Monday 24th May 2021, has been an anticipated day for lovers of popular Nigerian breakfast show on TVC, Your View as everyone looked forward to how Yeni Kuti popularly called.YK or YK power would be celebrating her 60th birthday which indeed is a huge milestone. Before then, the ladies had collaboratively been sending gifts twice weekly to YK on the show prepping her and counting down to her big day.
Monday 24th May 2021 was full of celebration for Fela's first child Yeni Kuti as she turned 60.This was an age she highly anticipated knowing fully well that her dad also did same but died at 59. YK's party was strictly by invitation and the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo Olu breezed in for the event as he promised.
Co -host of popular breakfast show Your View which airs on TVC is currently undergoing the stipulated two weeks isolation after she may have exposed herself and unknowingly to the virus. Nyma Akashat did not reveal this herself but one of the co-hosts Yeni Kuti popularly known as YK announcing the show on Thursday that she must commend Nyma for doing the right thing to protect others just in case she is already infected. According to the host of Your View, Morayo Afolabi Brown, Nyma has already done the t
First child to foremost Pan- Africanist and father of afrobeats; Fela Kuti, Yeni Kuti,has taken to her Instagram page to flaunt her grey hair as she approaches her diamond jubilee on earth (60 years) by next month. The ageless dancer and co-host of popular TV breakfast show, Your View, seems to be counting down to her 60th birthday as she posted two pictures clearly flaunting her natural long grey hair and appreciating her God given gift According to YK, she is proud of her all grey hair and that's why she decided
YK loves Obey so much that he sang like him.Anywhere YK was singing, you would think automatically that it is Obey.
Yeni Kuti is all shades of glam as she turns sixty today.This is a day that was highly anticipated by her colleagues on popular breakfast show 'Your View'.The sixty year old grandma (glama as she is mostly called) didn't keep calm in celebrating a milestone on the planet earth.
The vocalist Mory Kanté, who carried African music to world crowds with hits like Yéké, has passed on in Guinea. Kanté kicked the bucket in emergency clinic on Friday in the capital, Conakry, matured 70, his child Balla Kanté told the AFP news organization. His passing was the consequence of untreated medical issues, he said. "He experienced incessant diseases and regularly made a trip to France for treatment yet that was not, at this point conceivable with the coronavirus," he included. "We sa