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‘Piracy, bane of music industry’

‘Piracy, bane of music industry’

By Bamidele Kolawole
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Piracy has been described as a disease that is ravaging the Nigerian Music Industry and which should be tackled so that the industry can grow.

Oyindamola Aduloju, popularly known as Omo Oba Ologo Didan, made the assertion when she led her fans in Akure metropolis and outside the state in the gospel music industry to offer praise to God in a concert.

During her ministration, the atmosphere of the hall as was charged with excitement as everyone danced to her music.

The concert was held at the Adegbemile Cultural centre, Akure, with the theme “New Me, New Glory” on August, 25, 2019 and attended by eminent people in the society.

Oyindamola, while speaking with Friday Extravaganza, said her passion for music has given her  chances to mingle with kings.

 “It has only been God in my life, I started singing since when I was a teenager, but professionally about seven years ago, and He has been marvelous to me.

“I love music from my childhood, it has been part of me because of the passion I have for it. I  cannot do without music.”

“Music is what I inherited from my parents, all our family are  singers, so I can say music runs in our veins. It is blood that flows in our body.”

“It is marvelous. Today is my happiest day.  This is beyond human imagination.  It can only be God and I return all glory back to him. He alone deserves all my glory. I’m really excited for what I saw”, she explained.

The artiste who is a graduate of Mass Communication from the National Open University, Akure center noted that she listen to different genres of music so that she can grow in spirit and learn from other artistes that sing good music.

She revealed that she has been able to produce two albums titled “Ologo ara and My praise” since she has been singing, she appreciated God who made the programme a reality and everyone that came to grace the occasion, and prayed that they would be celebrated.

She mentioned Evang. Tolu Adelegan as her mentor, added that she like the way she sings.

She urged all artistes to be focused and know whom they serve and added that He that called them will provide all they need for the work.

In his remark, the chairman of the occasion, Prophet Gabriel Owolabi, described Oyindamola as a God fearing woman that have the ability to capture audience through her ministration and committed to her calling.

He prayed for Oyindamola that God will take her to higher ground and she would not deviate from God’s way.

Other guests at the concert include Prophetess Abosede Mayowa, Prophet Samuel Afolabi, Demola Suzi, Elijah Daniel and other gospel artistes.

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