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Nigerian Rapper ‘Lord of Ajasa’ Seeks Funds for Operation

By Modupe Gbadeyanka

Pioneer of Yoruba rap music in Nigeria, Segun Osaniyi, popularly known as ‘Lord of Ajasa’, is not enjoying the best of health at the moment.

The rapper is critically ill and admitted at the Ikorodu General Hospital, Lagos. He artiste is in urgent need of money to fund undergo a peptic ulcer operation.

A colleague of his in the music industry, Rotimi Martins, otherwise known as ‘Alariwo of Africa’, who made the passionate appeal on behalf of the music act, called on the general public to generously donate for the medical treatment.

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“My dear colleagues, our brother, Legendary Nigerian Afro hip hop artiste and pioneer of Yoruba rap, Segun Osaniyi, a.k.a. Lord of Ajasa, is criticality ill and needs funds to undergo a peptic ulcer operation.

“He’s currently at Ikorodu General Hospital, where he’s receiving treatment. However, he needs to be moved to a better and more equipped hospital so as to get the BEST medical attention.

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“I got a message from his wife begging me to speak to his colleagues to save her husband. When I called Ajasa earlier today, he (Ajasa) confirmed that the story is true.

“Let’s all come together as fast as we can to help out as nothing is too small.

“Supporting him financially to stay alive is the best remedy than saying sorry, which we reject in JESUS name. Send your donation to his account details: 0015198342; Osaniyi Olusegun; GTB. GOD Bless us all,” Alariwo wrote on his social media handle on Instagram.

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Lord of Ajasa nurtured popular Yoruba rapper, Olamide Adedeji, popularly known as Olamide.

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Modupe Gbadeyanka is a fast-rising journalist with Business Post Nigeria. Her passion for journalism is amazing. She is willing to learn more with a view to becoming one of the best pen-pushers in Nigeria. Her role models are the duo of CNN's Richard Quest and Christiane Amanpour.

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