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Kollington, Pasuma, Others Remember Barrister

Published on December 16, 2011 by   ·   16 Comments

One year after the death of Fuji star, Alhaji Sikiru Ayinde Ololade Balogun, a.k.a. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, top fuji stars namely Alhaji Kollington Ayinla a.k.a. Kebe Nkwara; Wasiu Alabi Pasuma, Sule Adio Atawewe and others have paid glowing tributes to the memory of the man they described as the creator of Fuji music.

•The late Barrister

In separate interviews with P.M.NEWS, Kollington said he missed the man he referred to as his friend despite their differences. “There is nobody to throw banters at. I am the only one left behind as the father of fuji musicians, though Wasiu Ayinde Marshal is supportive, but I still miss Sikiru,” he stated.

The likes of Sule Alao Malaika, Sule Adio Atawewe and other top marketers like the CEO Ademola Records, Ademola Abegunde, Alhaji Dauda Babalola of Babs Music and others, said Barrister’s death left a big vacuum in Fuji music, adding that it will be difficult to have another musician with so much influence on the genre of music like the deceased.

But the Scopido exponent, Aare Shina Akanni differs, saying though Barrister is gone, fuji music is alive.

Akani said: “Barrister endorsed me during his life time as the man with the golden voice like himself. So his shoes fit me and I will continue to keep the flag flying.”

In his own tribute, Pasuma said: “Though Alhaji Agba is gone, saying that a vacuum is created by his death will mean that we are not professionals. When Fela died, people said Afrobeat music is dead, but see what Femi, Seun and others are doing. So, if we keep on working and playing good music, Barrister will be happy in his grave.”

— Ayodele Lawal & Bayo Adetu

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16 Comments for “Kollington, Pasuma, Others Remember Barrister”

  1. Ayinde agba orun rere e bi onirese ko ba fin igba mo eyi ti o ti fin sile kole parun.

  2. kemi

    Allahu Akbar! Just like yesterdy, U shall b 4eva REMEMBERED!

  3. What a thousand years at d sight of d lord seems like a day,I believed is true talk bcs I couldn’t accept that is up to a year this legend called(barrister) has left us on this struggling and enjoying world..all the best wit him in the grave..I love him bcs he is philosophical in is music not like today most senseless music we are disturb wit..can u imagine all sort of nude music..barrister,history will never forget u..allah be wit u whenever u are..



  5. lagosboy

    Alhaji Agba sun re oo.Will your fans in diaspora will never forget you.Wishing you ALJANA

  6. lagosboy

    Alhaji Agba sun re oo.Will your fans in diaspora will never forget you.Wishing you ALJANA

  7. Tunji

    Alhaji rest in peace

  8. Quadri Olawale

    Orin n be lenu Alhaji agba o, ilu n be leyin Alhaji agba. SIkiru Ayinde o de agbede gbe eyo oh. Music ambassador with potentials, orin ti yin fa ogbon yo oye wa nibe, orin ti yin ya to si boto boro,…………… Oh my God this man left us so soon, but we can not blame the Almighty God we are all destined to die one day sun re oh ninu Oluwa may Almighty God forgives you of your sins. We the entire member of Alhaji M. OLad Quadri miss you.

  9. Its by d will of God we can sse a musian like u i pray may him soul rest in pafect peace AMIN sun ree o Baba

  10. Lakamal

    Allahu akbar!, one year ago just like yestahour. May Almighty grant u His 4giveness and aljanah fridaus. Alhaji agba sun ree o, -amin.

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  12. kolawole lawal

    Alhaji Agba , rest in peace , we all miss you

  13. Ni-ge-ria which way are will going
    For military men rule our nation at tough time
    Po-li-ti-cians gotta get together
    To practise democracy in the way it should be done
    Let’s get together and achieve something in common
    For the benefit of our nation and incomining generations
    Let’s think twice before we move, lets think wise before we move…………..

    The great, consistent and real musician of our time……….I salute your perfection in music!

    olufimon 1 matagbamole 1

  15. ADE

    ki oluwa fi oriji ayinde ehin to fi sile ko ma baje.orun re oooo,baba baba

  16. jman

    REST IN PEACE BARRY AGBA … Thank GOD we have KING OF FUJI K1 d ultimate… Arabambi family

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