KING SUNNY ADE AT 76, BY FOLORUNSO FATAI ADISA

Enthralling, enterprising, enthusiastic, entertaining, and energetic are not enough adjectives to qualify the personality and performance of King Sunny Ade who is a compelling and captivating charmer on all fronts! For now, I don’t think we have a better performer than the King himself. His astonishing understanding of music distinguished him from his contemporaries. READ ALSO: King Sunny Ade At 76: Man of Music, His Fame And Five Wives You Want To Live Long? Get a Second Wife, Study Says Donald Trump, Children Sued For ‘Incredible’ Fraud Facebook Owner Mark…

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Sikiru Ayinde Barrister: The Powerhouse of Fuji, By Folorunso Fatai Adisa

When Sikiru Ayinde Barrister was alive, he was both a star and god of music. When he died, he remained a star and, at the same time, he turned an ancestor in the pantheon of the all-time great musicians who had bestridden this world like the colossi that they were. SAB had the voice, the looks, he was commendably confident and he had the gripping and ear-friendly sound. I have been greatly inspired by art and creativity— music especially. I was, inadvertently, introduced to music when I was as young…

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How Abiodun’s Aides Hijacked Governance in Ogun, by Folorunso Fatai Adisa

“Waiting for an incompetent government to fix things is much like Waiting for Godot.”— C.A.A. Savastano. The Cambridge Dictionary defines incompetence as: “lack of ability to do something successfully or as it should be done”. I am a lover of this dictionary. I prefer it to Oxford and longman dictionaries among others; however, for the first time, I would have to disagree with the dictionary because of its definition of incompetence. If the dictionary had defined “incompetence” as Gov. Dapo Abiodun, the executive Governor of Ogun State, I would have…

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