Top Nigerian Artists Perform in South Africa

Top Nigerian Artists Perform in South Africa

King Saheed Osupa, top Nigerian Fuji musician, Evangelist Lanre Teriba, a gospeller and Olaniyi Afonja popular called Sanyeri are currently in South Africa performing to their teeming Nigerian fans.

Information reaching us confirmed that Evangelist Teriba a.k.a Atorise has performed in a Celestial Church in Pretoria. The trio are here for a few days and will perform in several places in  South Africa. King Osupa has performed twice in Pretoria and will perform at the New York Club, Fourways, Johannesburg.

These performances massage the nostalgia of some of the Nigerians who are lovers of Fuji music, Naija gospel and Nigerian comedy.

The trio have performed successfully in South Africa in the past.

Hitherto, many of their fans have been yearning for the thrill that has now begun.

Many Nigerians from the Yoruba tribe especially are elated as they enjoy the home brew music and comedy the trio have brought to South Africa.

We will keep you posted as more gist surface.

 

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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