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Talented Female Africa Cultural Artiste Adenike Fakunle Speaks About Her Growing Up




Multi-talented Africa cultural musician, a Nigerian, Adenike Fakunle popularly known by her teeming fans as Omo Imole shares her growing up with some A-list entertainment writers and Investigative journalists in Lagos, Nigeria commercial capital.

Speaking with the journalists, Omo Imola said she is native of Ikere in Ekiti State, southwestern part of Nigeria, was born on April 23, 1987 in Lagos.

She started her Elementary school at Nigeria Navy Primary School, Ojo town, also in Lagos state.

She also attended community secondary school in Ojo town while she later further her education by attending Ado Ekiti University, Lagos Annex Campus where she studied Mass Communication.

Adenike is the third born among the five children of Chief Olufemi Fakunle and Pastor Mrs Funmilayo Fakunle.

Adenike also known as Omo Omole is happily married to Mr segun Adekoya.

Further, she said she started her music career in 1999 when she was a backup vocalist with Bolanle Oloni before she later set up her musical band of 13 members in 2001.

Nike has four albums to her credit. The album tiles are Olorun Mi (My God), Ileri Ayo (Promise of Joy), Mo Mope Wa (Gratuity), and Ire (Goodness).

Adenike Fakunle has travelled to some parts of Africa countries like Ghana, South Africa, Togo, and she also travelled to UAE, Dubai where she performed live with her Africa singright music band in some notable musical show and concert.

By Gods grace this year 2021 will by my 20 years on stage, I also give God the glory for the USA tour offer giving to us by Glory International to showcase the rich Africa Culture , especially in the western part of Nigeria where we have over 50 dialects with large heterogeneous Culture to display to people in diaspora.

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