23 January 2013

Nigeria: Sunny Neji Issues Mouth-Watering Birthday Gifts

A fresh graduate of the Tai Solarin University of Education, (TASUED) Wole Fagbenro became a proud owner of a brand new I-Phone 5, courtesy of the highlife exponent, Sunny Neji, for composing a poem on him on his birthday.

The Brand Ambassador for several companies described his act as a way of celebrating his fans and also giving back to them that have tirelessly followed him and his style of music all the while. Adding that they were the reason why he has continued to thrive in his flourishing career.

"This is my way of appreciating my fans that have continually followed my kind of music till date and that is why I am giving this I-Phone 5 to the person whose poem emerged top among many of those who composed a poem on me on my birthday on Facebook and Twitter. It is also another way of encouraging people to believe in their talents and harness them"

The highlife musician who recently released two singles 'Finally' and 'Sibo', took to Facebook and Twitter accounts to ask his numerous fans to compose a poem on him on his birthday and the winner will get the new I-Phone 5.

The phone was presented by the love song specialist Sunny Neji, to the winner Wole Fagbenro, who was full of praise for his great music icon "I have been his fan for a very long time, even though I was very small when he released Mr Fantastik but I liked it, he is also someone I admire too. The funny thing was that I wasn't expecting to win; it was a few hours to the end of the competition that I decided to write the poem. I feel very happy to have won this phone, it is now clear to me that no talent is lost" Wole said

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