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My Father Was Rich, His Death Changed My Life – Sunday Esan

Having been celebrated by friends, folks and associates on his birthday, ‘Sunday Dangote’ who is also the CEO of Okiki films and Music Production has sent an appreciative message to all his fans and followers for the honour.

He ceased the opportunity to tell the story of his life and it’s indeed highly motivating and inspiring.

“I have tried to do this since late yesterday but i honestly don’t know what to write or how best to show my appreciation. How can a boy from Iropora Ekiti that lost his father at a tender age of 9 be this celebrated? My father was rich but his sudden death in 1979 changed my life story. I became an Ewi exponent, lol, moving from party to party to chant Yoruba poetry in order to make ends meet. We suddenly became poor and I found myself in a farm in Iropora Ekiti and later from there to Osogbo to hawk “cold water” and many more…

Reading through what you wrote on my timeline and your personal messages and even phone calls humbled me. I recalled where I was coming from and where God has taken me today. Some of the messages made me shed tears…I am just me…making my mistakes, learning from them and standing up after each fall.

I thank you all. I appreciate your messages and I promise to remain Me for the rest of my remaining years.

For those that I have hurt in the course of my life, Please forgive me, I am just human and never created to be perfect.

Thanks everybody for celebrating me. I thank God for my brand: Okikifilms, which has made me an international citizen. E se pupopupo o, Okiki Ndupe”


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