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‘Oniduromi’ crooner Adeyinka Alaseyori breaks silence



Adeyinka Alaseyori

Widely loved Nigerian gospel Artist Adeyinka Alaseyori has broken her silence on the viral Tope Alabi’s criticism of hit song ‘Oniduro Mi ese o’.


TopNaija had reported a video making the rounds on social media, where Tope Alabi said God isn’t her guarantor because He’s more than a guarantor.

Tope Alabi’s comment elicited negative reactions from music lovers with the gospel singer trending across social media platforms.

But the visibly happy Alaseyori on Sunday during an Instagram live monitored by The Nation, repeatedly sang her popular hit song titled ‘Oniduro Mi eseun o’ (my guarantor, I’m grateful).

Alaseyori also sang other popular songs of Tope Alabi.

While she did not make any direct comments on the viral criticism of Tope Alabi, Alaseyori praised her husband for being a gentleman.

She thanked her fans for their numerous support, stating she has been cautioned not to make comments on the controversy.

She instead praised God with her fans cheering in the comment section.

Solidarising with her, over 5,000 fans on Instagram and over 190,000 followers on Facebook, including prominent celebrities Kate Henshaw, Small Doctor, Ijebu, Klever Jay, other Nollywood entertainers joined the live broadcast.

Alaseyori, who recently celebrated her birthday, also announced she would be holding a birthday praise session on Tuesday.

Adeyinka Alaseyori was born into the family of Mr and Mrs Adeshina and Funmilayo Adesioye in Ondo state but She was given birth to In Lagos state, Nigeria.

She had her Secondary School Education at Methodist Girls High School and proceeded in to Higher Institution at Lagos State Polytechnic, where she graduated in accountancy. She graduated from NOUN (National Open University of Nigeria) and she graduated from Laspotech in year 2010.

Her educational life and ministry has been a success as a result of her parent been a disciplinarian and a fervent, devoted Christian.

She has worked with various groups, churches and individuals across Lagos and that is why we can’t but she is experienced in what she is doing.

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