18 years after popular soundtrack, Bembe Aladisa finally wins free trip to Jordan


Barely 18 years after he released a popular soundtrack in which he prayed to White people to considered him “Eyin oyinbo, e wa fun mi ni visa” for a Visa to travel abroad as result of hardship in his country, an Abeokuta, Ogun state musician, Taiwo Adeboye, popularly known as Bembe Aladisa had finally have his dream come true.

Bembe Aladisa, who was in tears as Ufitfly, a travels and tours firm, announced an all-expense-paid-trip to Jordan for him.

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Addressing journalists at the Oluyole office of Ufitfly, Aladisa said that he never travelled out of the country since he released the song in 2003.

He said that he had earlier rescinded to faith and embraced farming before the opportunity came, “I was inspired to sing about the hardship in the country then. Unfortunately, I have never travelled out of this country since then. It was rumoured that the then Governor of Ogun State assisted me to get a visa and travel, but it was not true.”

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The Team Leader of the company, Evangelist Ajibola Ogunkeyede, said his firm gave the artist all free expense paid trip to the holy city of Jordan in April.

“All arrangements have been made to make Bembe Aladisa one of our Ambassadors that will lead other tourists to the Kingdom of Jordan. He’s going to have one room to himself. He will not share room with anyone and he will have the opportunity to shoot a short video at any point of attraction in Jordan”

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“The man has been a good social crusader. We are going to arrange another trip for him after this to Europe and Asia.”

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