Yemi Oluwadaisi ‘ododo’ Veteran Gospel singer Is Dead. Veteran Nigerian Gospel singer, Yemi Oluwadaisi is Dead. On Sunday, 12th April 2020 Gospel singer, Yemi Oluwadaisi was reportedly dead. Lara Wise made the known via social media.
In her sad assertion, Lara wise found out that Ododo died on Sunday even though she wasn’t aware of it till some other mutual friend in Australia informed her about it.
Sensible in her put up defined Yemi as a lifeless sister. She wrote:
“I lost a friend yesterday. I didn’t know she passed A mutual Friend called from Australia to tell me this morning Yemi Yemi Oluwadaisi ‘Ore-Ore’ Relaxation In Peace expensive sister. You’ve got joined the heavenly choir.”
Lara wise wrote on Facebook
The overdue singer was the presenter of ‘How E Be’ with Ododo on Faaji 106.5 FM and also a co-manufacturer and researcher of the morning show ‘Oyela’ at the same station.
She commenced her journey into tune as a younger girl in a big Christian circle of relatives.
A member of her secondary college’s choir and the drama unit, she composed songs for the choir, mainly during one of the faculty’s anniversaries. This endured on the Nigerian Institute of Journalism.
She became professionally discovered by using her uncle, the late Otunba Kunle Olasope, who requested her father’s permission to paintings in television service of Oyo state (TSOS) now Broadcasting company of Oyo nation (BCOS).
Music that took her to drama and she or he acted in “Marriage of Anansewa” and “Fateful Eclipse” through Laolu Ogunniyi.
In line with her, her song ‘Araba Nla’ become divinely given to her. In an interview acquired from Golden Tones, she is quoted as announcing:
“someday, I looked at the beautiful God and imagined His greatness, so I started out to position down the phrases as they got here.
It’s a track that changed into written inside the dead of the night at that point whilst it was simply God and daughter.
He began to present me a number of His names. Even in the studio, I invited the Holy Spirit and He gave me any other I used right there, ‘Olutan’na iyanu’. Definitely, He gave me the light I requested.”