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Oniduromi: Alaseyori’s fan base soars; keeps mum on Tope Alabi’s diatribe

by Church Times

Lady who sang Oniduromi; Adeyinka Akinyemi, also known as Adeyinka Alaseyori has become the centre of attention on social media.

Gospel music lovers are thronging her social media handles to identify with her.

This is coming barely two days after celebrated gospel singer, Evangelist Tope Alabi took a swipe on the hit song, Oniduromi (guarantor)

Evangelist Alabi had put the song down, saying, it is not proper to designate God as Oniduro (guarantor).

She said in a video being shared on social media that God is more than a guarantor

Obviously, Tope Alabi did not get the import of the song, or as some critics say, she is being deliberately mischievous.

Many gospel music lovers have since taken to social media to pour invectives on Tope Alabi. Some attribute her critic of the song to jealousy. Many who said they were her fans expressed deep regret over her comments on the song.

Some pleaded with her to apologise insisting there was no way she could justify her criticism of the song. Some other commentators shared testimonies of how the song has blessed them.

They warned Evangelists Alabi to stay off Alaseyori; the emerging gospel singer.

Alaseyori’s fan page on the other hand has suddenly soared in the last 24 hours with well over 6000  comments in less than four hours that she shared a new post. 

Her Instagram handle has since experienced a boom with followers emerging per second. She acknowledged this in her recent post

The post which was basically a song of praise and appreciation to God has been applauded by many of her followers.

While many are appreciating her, some warned her against replying Evangelist Tope Alabi’s  diatribe

Alaseyori is described as a multi-talented gospel singer and one with a captivating voice.

A graduate of Lagos State Polytechnic, she is said to have started singing right from her childhood
An online publication states that “She began as a Choir at CAC Oke Isegun (place not stated)  and later proceeded to Jesus The Key Christian Assembly, where she started her journey into the limelight. By 2011 God established his covenant with her.”

She has two albums to her credit: Alaabo mi and Alaseyori Mi.



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1 comment

Lekan Babatunde June 14, 2021 - 9:04 pm

Pride and arrogance, could be the beginning of the lady’s final unmaking. Very ungrateful lot. Her fans and the general public had empathized with her on a number of occasions. If one may ask, who make her a judge in another’s affairs?


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