A TOUR OF FELA KUTI’S HOUSE, KALAKUTA MUSEUM

A TOUR OF FELA KUTI’S HOUSE, KALAKUTA MUSEUM

Have you ever wondered what Fela Anikulapo Kuti‘s residence looks like or imagined walking around Kalakuta Republic, knowing full well that this was once where the Abami Eda lived and breathed until his death in 1997?

NET TV was on a guided tour of Fela’s house and saw first hand his living space, his rehearsal room, several collections of private family photos as well as his room which has been preserved to remain how it was when he was alive.

Joan Omionawele / NET

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