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2 Sep 2014

Oritsefemi, Diblo unveil Dibobo

Dr. Akin Enoch Zerubabbel Olowookere who Is popularly known as Diblo, a singer has featured rave of the moment, Oritsefemi Ekele Majemite in a single titled Dibobo.
The retired soldier and philanthropist of 52 years old from Akure, Ondo State believes the song is to curb laziness and hooliganism in our society.
“There are lots of lazy young men in our society today. The song, Dibobo addresses this issue. We can’t open our eyes to see this happening everyday. That is why I featured Oritsefemi. During the recording, we sampled opinions. Everybody voted for Oritsefemi to be in the song. That was why he was featured. He delivered his role excellently. After we release the song online, the song already has lots of downloads. This is to show that the messages in the song are well delivered. The video is also trending at the moment. It was shot by ace video director, Unlimited L A”, Dibobo exponent said.
 Diblo who is the head of House 2 Entertainment Industry also featured his signed artistes on Dibobo, Hilander, Xsmile and Playboy.     
The singer who is very talented with playing mouth organ has his trace in  Akure, having sailed into a bleak but promising world on 13th May, 1962 as a post-independence baby. Despite the low culture of education in his days, the bright and young Akin enrolled at St. Thomas Primary School, Akure from 1968 through 1972 to encourage an early foundational start into the pursuit of purpose, having later to switch to Methodist Primary School Akure, between 1970 to 1972 before proceeding to CAC Grammar School, Akure running his secondary education through 1973 to 1978.
In his youthful days, his passion was drawn towards the military. Having proceeded to enlist, he graduated at the Nigerian Army Depot Zaria in 1981. To add to his military prowess, he was admitted into the Nigerian Army Medical Corps School, Lagos and had a meritorious graduation in 1981; and in 1983, from Nigeria Naval College “ONURRA” Port Harcourt before proceeding toDes Moines Lowa, USA in 2002.

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