Don Crucifixto signs three new talents
LIU Fetes Less Privileged
As part of its continued effort towards adding more value to the showbiz industry, leading entertainment label, Don Crucifixto, a brainchild of American based Nigerian entrepreneur, Tumininu Oluyole aka Tumi, has signed three new talented and competitive artistes to its growing list of signees.
The three new signees are Adefioye Solomon Adelanaire better known by the stage name Ewa; Musa Kabir Omeiza aka Kabir and Toluwalope Ibukun Temidayo well known as Dayz
According to the label boss, Tumininu Oluyole, who reiterated the outfit’s zeal to invest in Nigerian born artistes, the new signee are young and vibrant artiste who are poised to take the industry by storm.
Expressing confidence that the artistes would be releasing back-to-back hits, the label’s artiste and repertoire, Oluyole Oluwaseun, popularly known in the music circle as Sean Dampte said “Ewa would be coming out with his official single in a couple of weeks.”
In another development, a US-based charity organisation known as Life Is Us (LIU) Inc, founded by the versatile business and entertainment executive, Tumi Oluyole, has given back to the society.
The charity organisation led by its founder, visited a less privileged home in Lagos popularly called The Dream Catchers and feted some of the multi-talented kids in the facility with a trip to Benin Republic.
According to Tumi, who came into the country some weeks back, the visit was part of his plan to impact lives and ensure that his own people are major beneficiaries of his charity initiatives.
Speaking with newsmen, the entertainment executive said: “My team and I feel it’s necessary to give back to the society in order for us to have a more responsible and appreciable environment, where people are happy and progressing.
“Life Is Us Inc has come to stay and will not deviate from its primary focus which is to improve lives of the less privileged. And we thank God we have been able to visit a few places to start with and it will surely continue till the impact is felt all over the places.”
Among other places visited by organisation are the Nigerian Red Cross Centre for motherless and abandoned babies home, Makoko, Yaba; Life Source Child Development Foundation, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos and Djeregbe Village in Benin Republic.
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