Iya'n' Ghana Returns

Iya’n’ Ghana.

•Iya'n' Ghana.

•Iya'n' Ghana.

Ghana-born top Nigerian female Islamic gospel musician, Sheidat Basirat Ogunremi, popularly known as Iya’n’ Ghana, has returned from a six-month playing tour of the United Kingdom.

Speaking with P.M. Entertainment, she described the tour as a huge success as her fans and Islamic faithful based in UK received her warmly.

She disclosed that she performed at Prince And Princess Hall, London, Manchester and Nottingham where she bagged two Islamic chieftaincy titles.

Iya’n’ Ghana also hinted that Nasri-llahi-fathi, Manchester branch and NASFAT, Nottingham crowned her Umul Faisho and Amira Fisuarai, meaning Queen of Islamic gospel singers, respectively.

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To make the trip remain memorable, the Amira Fisuarai who hails from Ilorin, Kwara State, has completed work on her yet to be titled ninth effort.

She has launched about five albums on the stable of Babs Music and Video Company.

—Kayode Aponmade

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