Popular Nigerian Juju music singer Dayo Kujore has died at the age of 63, 84 days before his 64th birthday.
It was reported that family Sources first announced the demise of the “Soko” advocate while his widow and daughters confirmed the development to journalists without giving details on the cause of his death.
TOS NEWS learnt that the singer was pronounced dead at the Lagos State University Teach Hospital (LASUTH) in Ikeja, Lagos.
Dayo Kujore rose to stardom in 1991, with the album, Super Jet. He launched his career at a time when veterans like Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade, and Sir Shina Peters were already dominating the airwaves.
He attended the African Church Primary School and proceeded to African Church Secondary School for his post-elementary education before proceeding to Sabo Technical School, Ojuelegba, Lagos State, where he trained as an engineer.
He had a role model in the late Prince Adekunle and was the lead guitar on the albums titled ‘Aditu Ede Adekunle Gbede’, ‘Eda Nreti Eleya’, ‘Nibo left Toluwasi’, ‘You Tell Me That You Love Me Baby’ and others.