Sensational singer, Simi Ogunleye has expressed appreciation to God as she toasts to four years of unveiling her second album titled ‘Simisola’.
The album was a hit back to back released on the 8th of September, 2017 by X3M music which is a follow up to her debut album ‘Ogaju’ in 2008. However, the album has paved the way for a new era of romantic serenades.
Simi recalls the album which consists of fifteen tracks: Joromi, Love Don’t Care, Smile for me, Jamb Question, Aimasiko, Remind me, Complete me, Gone for good, Original Baby, One kain, Take me back ft Adekunle Gold, Owanbe, Angelina, Hiphop Hurray and Tiff was a life-changing experience as it exposed her more to the world of music.
It was at this period the singer started gaining more recognition by winning numerous awards in the entertainment industry.
Four Years today. Changed my life 💙
Forever grateful to God. #Simisola
President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Amaju Pinnick, has said the national team defeated Cape Verde in their World Cup qualifying game, because they have “the attitude of champions”.
The Super Eagles came from a goal down to win 2-1 at Estadio Municipal Aderito Sena on Tuesday.
After the game, Pinnick showered encomium on Gernot Rohr’s team for their fighting spirit, notwithstanding the absence of the UK-based players.
“That was what I call a fighting performance. That is the universally acknowledged ‘Nigerian spirit’. That is the attitude of champions,” Pinnick was quoted…