Sam, who appeared a gospel artist happened to be more – a motivational and life changing musician, no wonder this album is called Take It, which happened to be one of the track, more like Take It Over.
The event was graced notably by Kaffy, Sexy Steel, Wole Oni, including staffs of UBA and many other reputable companies.
Performance was lifted by Franc Edward, who’s got no chill in praising God, down to Onos, who I think her afro is incredible, lol! What am I typing? And ow! A strong one from Ije down to Abimbola Omolola, the talking drum goddess, Sax Gold, omg, happened to be a lady, beautiful, Annie J, Queeyano Ohunene and ow! I will not forgive Pencil for making me hold my tummy as result of his mind blowing jokes.
On this song, Sam emphasized the need to “teach our children how to fish”, create “job opportunity for African Youths” and calling on African Leaders to rise.
Finally, ‘Take It’ is a 10-track album written by Sam Okenye and produced by Wole Oni.
Sam Okenye is an e-business security strategist, certified information systems auditor, certified risk and control professional and a fellow at the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria.
This event was supported by Gbetu Tv.
Enjoy the event photos below.