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Sunday, 25 September 2016

From unsuccessful Project fame auditions to a celebrity 'guest performer' - Adekunle Gold shares his testimony

Singer Adekunle Kosoko 'Gold' shared this testimony via his Snapchat account. According to Gold, he auditioned for MTN Project Fame, 7 and 8 years ago, but wasn't picked. Today, he finally performed on the stage of that very show as a celebrity guest performer.
"There's a God in Heaven and he loves me," Adekunle said.
 

30 comments:

Eleojo Blessing said...

I concur

Peter Dumore said...




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dj banti said...

God over everything

livingstone chibuike said...

Dats hw life is. Every disappointment is a blessin. Good lookin out to him though

akin suleman said...

When you believe in God and believe ur dreams u will achieve more than u expect. God bless u brother

vinna saviour said...

Congrats to his success

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Lucky him! What's yours will be yours. Water when you go drink, no go pass you, u must drink am

RareSpecie Z said...

There's a Divinity that shape(s)ns our Destiny (i somehow pilfered this line from the classic hit Novel 'She Stoop to Conquer' by GBS), even though we as Individuals got some Roles 2 play in the 'Kraft'.

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Oh Okay .....

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NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Dats d spirit bro


...merited happiness

Senior Advocate Of The Masses said...

Miracle Working God is His Name!

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Uju Phil said...

Thank God for his life! #GodWin

okechukwu nnoduechi said...

CHAII





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FredLaw said...

Stay true to your North Star.

Geraldine Igwe said...

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Juliet Iwuno said...

Na Godwin things! Linda take note!

Nuria Precious said...

Delay is not denial. The success of life depends on our ability to preserver through the toughest adversity. More to come.

Anonymous said...

just didn't like his outfit though believe he could ve dressed better packaging is everthing

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Thank God

Ebere Omeje said...

It is not him that runneth but to God that showeth mercy....but that's by the way





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DinexPhotography said...

Definitely!!! Oluwa is involved.

Philips choice said...

Wow! Thank God for his blessings.

Anonymous said...

I like you

Jamila Shaibu said...

Na so!!

Olaaliu said...

He was not good then,,simple

Ajibola Gbenga said...

Truth! Hard work pays off when u dont give up on ur goals.

evy claret said...

Never give up

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Anonymous said...

What people and aspiring musicians need to understand is that nobody needs Project Fame or Idols to be a successful artist. If someone like Olamide comes for an Audition on these platforms they would mock and laugh at him cos he doesn't sound like Chris De Burgh of RKelly. So anyone with talent should strive to get their songs to the air. As far as it flows and it's dancable, Nigerians would love it

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