One of the youngest African filmmaker and motivator Timmy Otukoya has partnered with his businessman/recording artiste, child hood friend Ayeola Ibrahim Bakare to build what we foresee as the biggest Recording studio ever in Germiston town, South Africa.

The studio which initially was being built along Rand Road, Germiston was shattered after a robbery incident that occurred last year November. “The robbery incident was a set back and the culprit was arrested two months ago but myself and Ayeola have come together to build a more secure and even bigger audio studio in a different location” Timmy said.

The studio which will be about 7 meters wide will consist of various recording channels and live play and will feature various musical instruments, Ayeola assured. The studio which will also be called the MMC RECORDING STUDIO is about 70% complete presently and will be ready for productions by the end of November. Timmy is also calling out on good music producers, trainers, artistes, music directors that will love to work at the studio to contact him on 0733633772.

The MMC studio is a subsidiary of the CAMBOI STUDIOS and MEDIA GROUP, a renowned media company head by Raesebe Granny masingi and will be secured by the DR security of South Africa on several occasions.

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