Shina Peters speaks on Kujore’s death

Veteran Afro-juju singer Sir Shina Peters has responded to the demise of widespread juju musician Dayo Kujore, his closest ally.

The Fuji maestro mentioned he was shocked to study of Kujore’s demise.

Kujore died on the age of 69 on Monday 10 January 2022 at Lagos State College Educating Hospital, Ikeja, after a brief sickness.

Talking about his relationship with Kujore, Peters mentioned, it will likely be troublesome to simply accept the truth that Kujore is not any extra.

“I used to be the primary particular person to speak to Kujore’s son proper after his demise. I screamed and misplaced consciousness as he instructed me the unhappy information. It took the assistance of those that had been with me in Abuja on the time to resuscitate me after I handed out. l

“I had to surrender all the things I used to be doing in Abuja and instantly went to Lagos as a result of I knew that we members of the Affiliation of Juju Musicians in Nigeria have a lot to do in his reminiscence. I contacted our president, Queen Ayo Balogun, so we might make plans.

“Dayo and I had a really shut relationship, and this makes it a dream for me. It was exhausting for me to simply accept the truth that Kujore is not any extra.

“I’ll definitely miss him for his expertise and our friendship, as a result of we grew up collectively and each carried out with Prince Adekunle. We additionally began our bands across the identical time.

“We had a lot in frequent. Till Kujore’s demise, I had solely felt that approach when Michael Jackson died.”

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