KSA On A “Thank You” Music Tour

Following the success of December’s ‘Sunny On Sunday’ Concert, Juju maestro, King Sunny Ade, embarked on a thank-you tour to some eminent Nigerians for their various roles culminating in the success of his 70th Birthday Grandstand Concert. Although it has been several weeks since the event held at Balmoral Marquee, Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, the ‘Sunny On Sunday’ Concert left a huge mark as one of the most talked about events to be witnessed in the country.
During the historic event, King Sunday’s Vintage Fender guitar, designed by the artist Victor Ehikhamenor, sold for a record N52.1 million. During his two-day, thank-you tour, the Juju maestro criss-crossed Lagos and Abuja in the company of the Temple Management team, led by CEO/ Founder, Idris Olorunnimbe. King Sunny Ade At each of his stops, the juju maestro donated KSA branded materials to his VIP guests which included the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola, SAN, Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, Minister of Mines and Steel, Kayode Fayemi, the current and previous MD/CEOs of Access Bank, Herbert Wigwe and Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede as well as the Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Tunde Fowler. Other host on the whistle-stop tour included His Royal Majesty Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi and Victor Ehikhamenor who painted his famous guitar. The final visit was made to Babatunde Folawiyo, Chairman, Temple Management Company, who revealed that the ‘Sunny on Sunday’ was the product of an 11-year old covenant between him and KSA. “I have always been a Sunny Ade fan,” Mr. Folawiyo said, adding “We have the bad habit, as a nation, of celebrating only the dead.
It was one of the proudest moments of my life for Temple Management to have the honour to serenade a living icon such as KSA.” Speaking further, the Founder/CEO, Mr. Olorunnimbe said, despite time constraints, the Temple Management Company were able to deliver a technically flawless production. Another major highpoint of King Sunny visit was at the Ministry of Information and Culture where the Minister, Alhaji Lai Mohammed announced that King Sunny Ade would be made one of the ambassadors of the ‘Change begins With Me’ campaign. Announcing the appointment, he said: “We are looking for people like you (King Sunny Ade) that the younger ones can look up to. It’s not just that you have been around for fifty years but you have been around for fifty years without any single stain on your part and that is very hard. Alhaji Mohammed eulogized King Sunny Ade for elevating the juju

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