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Omo Imole…two decades of serenading with Juju gospel on stage


Come Sunday August 15, gospel artiste, Adenike Fakunle Adekoya, better known as Omo Imole, would be celebrating her 20 years on stage as a juju musician.

Omo Imole, who started singing as a chorister in church and became the choir mistress, said music had always been her thing since childhood. She expressed her excitement and gratefulness to God for the opportunity given to her.

Not deterred by the challenges in the industry, Omo Imole said her major challenge was getting a good music promoter and marketer.


Comparing music 20 years ago to what obtains today, she said: “Music back then was just to do your thing but to some extent you have to follow the trend, if not you will be left behind.”

On expectations for the anniversary, the artiste who has been around the world with music said “there would be lots of exciting moments with songs from notable artistes to mesmerise the general public.”

Omo Imole, who is currently in the studio to churn out good music for her fans, revealed that she would be shooting a music video, which would be launched simultaneously with her 20 years on stage.

She said: “I remain focused and prayerful, while not getting carried away by the success of celebrities in the industry. Na somebody get yesterday, another person na him get today, tomorrow may be your turn, so be focused!”


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