ENTERTAINMENT NEWS IN NIGERIA Yinka Alaseyori, a gospel singer, and her husband have welcomed a baby girl.

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS IN NIGERIA Yinka Alaseyori, a gospel singer, and her husband have welcomed a baby girl.

Yinka Alaseyori, a Nigerian gospel singer, and her husband have welcomed a baby daughter.
According to rumours, the singer announced the good news in a post on her Instagram page on Saturday, October 22, 2022.

Yinka Alaseyori, a Nigerian gospel singer, and her husband have welcomed a baby daughter.

According to another source, the singer announced the good news in a post on her Instagram profile on Saturday, October 22, 2022.

Yinka Alaseyori thanked God, saying that her nine-month pregnant journey had ended in praise.

“All praise to God alone,” she wrote. It concluded with acclaim. #ThankYouBoneMarrow #FaithfulGod #OurTestimony”

Yinka rose to prominence in the entertainment industry after her senior colleague, Tope Alabi, criticised her successful song “Oniduro.”

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS IN NIGERIA Yinka Alaseyori, a gospel singer, and her husband have welcomed a baby girl.

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Tope Alabi ultimately realised that she was wrong to openly criticise fellow artist Toluwalase Adelegan, who sang the hit gospel song ‘oniduro mi.’

Another Nigerian gospel artist, Adeyinka Alaseyori, popularised the song by creating and releasing a remix of it.

Tope Alabi came under fire when a video went viral in which she attacked the lyrics of a gospel music colleague who referred to God as ‘Oniduro Mi,’ which translates to ‘My Guarantor’ in English.

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The vocalist in the viral video denounced the phrase ‘oniduro,’ stating that God was greater to her than ‘Oniduro,’ and stating that she would never perform the song again, despite liking it.

According to Alabi, there was a period when she wanted to perform the song to glorify God, but the Holy Spirit warned her against doing so.

Her stance on the song sparked widespread controversy and condemnation among Nigerians, but Evangelist Alabi has now apologised, admitting that she made a mistake by externalising a personal message.

She went on to say that Evangelist Adelegan, who sung the song, is her ministerial daughter, and that the situation had been handled peacefully.


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