– Yoruba king leads Hallelujah chorus & Plays the organ – HRM Oba Oyewole Oyediran
A king in the Yoruba region of the country HRM Oba Oyewole Oyediran, the Olulamokun of Yakooyo land, in Ife-North, Osun State got people smiling and cheering as he plays the organ and coordinated the choir at Cathedral Church of St Paul Sagamu, Ogun state .
The Osun based king, Oba Oyewole Oyediran, shared the post on his social media page and has since got people talking and praising the monarch.
In the videos the traditional ruler shared on his Facebook page, he could be seen displaying amazing talents in the house of God, where he had been invited, alongside the Great Remo Chorale.
Apparently the monarch is a former Organist/Master of Music at The Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Sagamu (Anglican Communion) and also Former Music Director/Organist at Methodist Church of Nigeria.
“The hallelujah chorus performed by The Choir of the Cathedral Church of St Paul Sagamu, Remo diocese Anglican communion during their 57th Choir festival today 14th August, 2021 in which I was invited from where I sat to conduct the choir,” he captioned.
Yoruba king leads Hallelujah chorus
A look into the page of the traditional king, it was discovered that the monarch has been thrilling congregation with his dexterity before now.
On his birthday on May 28, he played the organ in church to appreciate God for blessing him with another year. He wrote: “I will bless the Lord at all times and his praise shall continually be in my mouth. I am +1 today. Happy birthday to me and many Happy returns of the day. Hallelujah.”
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