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Yinka Ayefele’s Wife Reveals Why She Would Never Leave Him

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Yinka Ayefele’s Wife Reveals Why She Would Never Leave Him

Yinka Ayefele’s wife in a fresh interview has revealed why he married him and why she would never leave him. Blessed with three children, Ayefele and Temitope Titilope got married 18 years ago.

Offering an introduction, she said, “My name remains Temitope Titilope Ayefele. I am an Ibadan woman, born and bred. My father is Prof. Mathew Oladokun Fawusi and my mother is Mrs. Fawusi.

“I am from the popular Laamo Compound in Ibadan. I am from a moderate, cool background, we are not poor and we are not rich but comfortable.

“My father was a Professor while my mum, a businesswoman. I grew up at Bodija area of Ibadan.

“I went to Kings Convent School for primary and my secondary school was Ibadan Grammar School, Molete, Ibadan.

“Then I went NCE, St. Andrew’s College, Oyo then (1992-1995). I later went to U.I to study Economics Education (1996-2000).

“Those who really know me would tell you that I am not too loud or gentle, I’m in-between. I have a large heart and I love people around me.

“I can’t afford to be otherwise because of my husband’s work. We have to be accommodating and that has been part and parcel of us.”

On what has sustained her marriage to the famous musician?

She revealed: “God’s grace has been sufficient for us in life and our marriage. Enough patience, mutual respect and understanding are part of the key ingredients to a successful marriage.

“You must not listen to side talks but concentrate on the person you are dealing with.

“Since you have both signed a life contract and it is for better for worse, you must deal with issues together.

“All that, coupled with the special grace of God, have sustained my marriage up till this moment.

“I understand the nature of my husband’s work, people are always around him and all that.”

Explaining how she met the musician who has been confined to a wheelchair since his 1997 accident, she said;

“I met him in 1996, before he had the accident.

“I saw in him a hard-working man when we met. Very hard-working, there is nothing he can’t do to stay afloat in his profession.

“He is someone who doesn’t get distracted from his dream no matter what may come his way.”

So, what made her stay with him despite all odds?

“Why won’t I stay? I told you about some of the qualities I saw in my husband that made me fell in love and married him.

“I have made up my mind to spend the rest of my life with him before the accident. When he had the accident we there together at the University College Hospital, Ibadan (UCH).

“I saw in him the determination to survive, to live and to make it in life. Those are the things that also motivated me to stay with him in the time of trouble and up till now.

“Nobody is above trial and tribulations and when they come what one should do is to remain steadfast and be prayerful.

“Bible didn’t tell us that trouble would not come, it is bound to come but God has given us a strong assurance, He Is there to give us the grace to overcome.”

Asked if her husband is sexually active and she said, “Well, that is strictly my private life which can never be discussed on the pages of newspapers for no reason.

“I am happy in marriage and you can see the signs all over and around me. Thank God for everything.”

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Pasuma Headlines 3rd Asa Wa Day In Manchester

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After two fantastic seasons of unparalleled success at hosting one of United Kingdom’s socio-cultural reference points, all is now set for the third edition of the much touted event reputed for its brand affinity and value.

Tagged Asa Wa Day 2019, the event is a creation of Buklad Concepts, one of UK’s leading socio-cultural advocacy outfit renowned for its leading and impressive giant strides in cultural promotion of the Yoruba race.

Billed to hold on Saturday, July 27, 2019 at the prestigious Banquet Hall, Cheethamhill, Manchester, United Kingdom; all efforts towards making the day another success story are in top gear especially in terms of protocols, logistics and activations.

According to Oluwabukola Shittu popularly known and referred to as Buklad, “Asa Wa Day 2019 is a reflection of our continuous passion and commitment to the promotion and upliftment of the Yoruba race. Our various successes and challenges constitutes our propeller to remain focussed and committed to this. In reality of the support and encouragement from our diverse publics, we have decided to take advantage of the evolving opportunities”.

Continuing, Buklad disclosed that “Our mission of multi-cultural arts promotion, ethnic diversity, and positive image remain strong, and we are proud to continue to make new changes. The entire production has been revamped to make every participant feel like a front row seat. Modelling opportunities, Awards, Community volunteer positions, Business networking and other initiatives shall feature in this year’s edition”.

“Contrary to various erroneous impression of Nigerians, Asa Wa Day 2019 is billed to exemplify and celebrate the rich cultural values and heritage embedded in our country. Therefore, In this third edition, we are introducing new elements to making this year’s edition one that goes down in history as our best”, she said.

Besides the various innovations being introduced by the planning committee, Buklad further revealed that Asa Wa Day 2019 will be headlined by one of Nigeria’s leading entertainer. “Yes, we have the support of Manchester based artistes who have all expressed and indicated their love and participation. The icing on the cake will be the grand performance by my brother; and a staunch supporter of Asa Wa Day since its inception, Alhaji Wasiu Alabi Pasuma”.

Buklad further disclosed that deserving awards will also be given out to outstanding personalities and organisations for their individual and collective contributions to the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom; while the event won’t be complete without the crowing of Miss Asa Wa 2019.

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I faked my death because people didn’t see beauty in my talent – Skiibii

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Skiibii recounted how far he has come and what made him fake his death in 2015, in an interview on the midday oasis with OAP Dotun. 

Barely a year after he left Five Star Music in 2018 to set up his own record label, Skiibii said he faked his death because he was ready for everything but people never saw beauty in his talent. 

“I was ready for this. For everything. What I feel is that people don’t know what I’m capable of. They don’t see the beauty in my talent. More bangers coming. Na dem say na hit me I no know say na hit sef” he said.

On the backlash he faced after the stunt took a negative turn, Skiibii said; 

“I was down. I picked up myself. You can’t be like this. You know the truth. Fight for it.” 

With his break-out hit with Reekado Banks and a back-to-back hit, the More Grace Music boss said he always knew he was going to be successful.  

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Kizz Daniel slams N100million lawsuit on Vanguard for ‘malicious publication’ (Photos)

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Nigerian popstar, Kizz Daniel through his recrod label Fly Boy Inc has slammed a 100 Million Naira lawsuit on Vanguard Newspapers over what it calls a ‘malicious publication’.

Last week, the singer had called out the newspaper and also denied granting an interview which stated that he attacked celebrities for protesting against COZA pastor, Biodun Fatoyinbo, who is currently enmeshed in a rape scandal.

Several media reports claimed that he granted an interview where he called celebrities ”Brainless” for attacking and protesting against Fatoyinbo.

In a letter written to Vanguard through his lawyers, Kizz Daniel is demanding a public apology and withdrawal of the publication, a written undertaking not to publish anyhting about him without confirmation and the sum of 100million naira to cover for reputational damage he has already suffered.

See the full letter below….

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Breaking: Kizz Daniel slams N100million lawsuit on Vanguard for
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Breaking: Kizz Daniel slams N100million lawsuit on Vanguard for
Breaking: Kizz Daniel slams N100million lawsuit on Vanguard for

e reacting to the development saying, ‘Fulani herdsmen are the 4th most dangerous terrorist group in the world, putting them in our passport means we are the headquarters of terrorist. Nigerians should arise and say no to fulani and cow images in our passport. We are not terrorists’.

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