New Olori Omooba: "The music industry is not for never do well", Apeke congratulates Kwam 1

Egba born Fuji artiste, Alhaji Sule Akangbe popularly called "Apeke" says the music industry is not for never do well or unworthy people in the society. 

Alhaji Akangbe stated this in his congratulatory message to the new Olori Omooba Akile Ijebu, Chief Wasiu Ayinde, Kwam 1.

He said, the chieftaincy is another testimonial that Fuji musicians are recognised and worthy people of the society as against the impression that artistes are misfits and music can not take anyone far. 

According to him, "we cannot shy away from the fact that Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde with his commitment and dedication has contributed to the growth of Fuji music in Nigeria and beyond".

The Fuji star now on the record label of DSV records said, "Today the music industry is doing very fine at home and beyond the shores of the country as a foreign exchange earner. It is in line with the achievements of Alhaji Ayinde in the industry, that his family presented him as the new Olori Omooba Akile Ijebu, which was conferred on him by the Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona. 

Apeke, the No Bus Stop crooner who urged upcoming artistes to be steadfast said K1 de ultimate was dogged and very resilient thus the reason he is enjoying the great honour done him. 

The fast rising Fuji star, said he and his Apeke Fuji Megastar band are releasing a track to pay homage to the new Olori Omooba, Chief Wasiu Ayinde, having showed exemplary leadership and great character.

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