KSA's 70th Birthday: How Sunny Ade And Other Music Legends Gave Out Blistering Performances That Made Dangote, Otedola And Others Show Off Some Few Juju Dance Moves

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KSA moved back the years as he gave out an interesting peformance in his 70th birthday yesterday.

His performance with Onyeka Onwenu was a standout amongst the most well-
known other music legends who took the stage and gave their best.

Onyeka onwenu
Music legend/vocalist Onyeka Onwenu mounted the stage and gave an exciting execution of she and KSA's 1989 great 'Wait for me'. She was joined by the celebrant himself and both of them completed to warm adulation by the group.

 juju maestro King Sunny Ade, truly shut down the city of Lagos with the show held in his respect of his 70th birthday.

For somebody whose music career has crossed 50 odd years, it was nothing unexpected that all stops were hauled out by him and his administration to hold a huge occasion, the like of which had not been seen before in Nigeria.

Named 'Sunny on Sunday', the occasion was attended to by KSA devotees from years back, a large portion of whom are currently the creme de la creme of Nigerian culture.

In participation were Africa's wealthiest man Aliko Dangote, extremely rich person Femi Otedola, previous legislative head of Lagos and current Minister of Works, Power and Housing Babatunde Fashola and a few other influence representatives.

More youthful VIPs, for example, Don Jazzy, Tiwa Savage, Waje, Omawumi, Toke Makinwa, Funke Akindele, Tee A, Lolo (the three of whom compered the occasion) Darey Art Alade, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Iyanya and many others additionally turned up for KSA.

They were soon followed by Congolese icon Awilo Longomba (who of course is a crowd favourite in Nigeria). He too was joined on stage by KSA and was shown some of Sunny’s electric dance moves.
Sunny Ade and Awilo Killing it On Stage

Awilo and KSA grooving on stage

But all the frenzies in the audience became hotter as Sir Shina Peters took the mic and sang the praises of someone he called ‘father’. Again and again, he came down from the stage and gave the maestro of juju King Sunny Ade a big hug.
It was after then that he took the crowd on a ride of his with Shinamania. Who else would have made Aliko Dangote try out a few juju dance steps if not Shina Peters?
Sir Shina Peters was bursting with energy at the concert
Sir Shina Peters

Other performances were by Niniola, Terry Apala, Omawumi and Darey. 
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