Today marks the 19th anniversary of the death of Gbenga Adébóyè, also known as Funwonntán.
Mr. Adeboye, a prolific singer, comedian, and musician before his death, was a well-known and well-respected musician, and a role model for many of his contemporaries.
Elijah Oluwagbemiga Abefe Adeboye is his nickname, but he is also known as Alhaji, Pastor, Oluwo, Jengbetiele, Itu baba ita, Alaye mi Gbengulo and many other funny names.
Undoubtedly, many will not forget the eloquent speaker because of the deeds he performed before his death on April 30, 2003.
To commemorate the Adeboye Festival, we have compiled a list of the ten most memorable things he has done in the world.
Unforgettable facts about Gbenga Adeboye.
Gbenga Adeboye made jokes popular :
Gbenga Adeboye, popularly known as Funwontan, was one of the first people to make the comedy popular, before other people became famous.
To this day, no one has been able to step on Gbenga Adeboye’s shoes from this moment until he rests in the bosom of the Lord.
Following a kidney disease in Gbega Adeboye he received dust from an antelope.
Gbenga Adeboye has the most common nickname in the industry:
Gbenga Adeboye was born when Elijah Oluwagbemiga Adeboye was born, but when he died, it was difficult to say how many names he had.
This is because of the songs and comedy that you do not do, it has come under various names such as Funwontan, Alhaji Pastor Oluwo, Jengbetiele, Itu baba Ita, Alaye mi Gbengulo and many others.
Gbenga Adeboye has many untapped gifts :
Gbenga Adeboye is one of the most talented and experienced professionals in the field.
He always did something to keep people from laughing, talking, being the party director, and singing.
Gbenga Adeboye: Compassionate and generous:
During his lifetime and at his death, everyone testified that Gbenga Adeboye was a generous, unassuming man.
One of Funwontan’s acquaintances confirmed this to the BBC during an interview.
“It’s better for my father to be hungry than for outsiders to eat.”
Gbenga Adeboye is often referred to as Aené mi Gbengulo, as I often call him.
It has been reported that Gbenga Adeboye has made Fathia Balogun a popular figure in the music industry for his performance in a dance performance.
People like Baba Gboin, Ereke ni Soobu and others came from Adeboye.
Wednesday is a business day for Gbenga Adeboye, not to mention:
Gbenga Adeboye was a non-performer in his day, and his younger brother confirmed this in a song he released.
In the album, you tell the story of Gbenga Adeboye’s life before he became famous.
Wednesday was a special day for Gbenga Adeboye, who, according to him, was born on September 30, 1959.
He started school on Wednesday, and on the same day he made his first trip to the United States, and on Wednesday he made his first radio program.
He died on Wednesday, April 30, 2003, and was buried on Wednesday, May 14, 2003.
Gbenga Adeboye sees the sky, before dying:
Gbenga Adeboye was seen as a celestial being, before he died.
The reason is that he died first at the hospital, and the fame took over, before he was resurrected, and not long after, he was reborn.
The only time he lived after his first death was to release an album, in which he described what heaven looked like and the brief experience he had in heaven during his first death.
According to the record, he said he was dead and found God, but he sent him back to complete the work he had been sent to do on earth.
Likewise, God told him that if he died, he should be buried with the Bible and the Psalms.
It was at this point that the subject of his music became the subject of public debate.