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Ololade speaks on new interest

Ijakadi Entertainment CEO, Adebayo Ololade has expressed his determination to use his newly floated entertainment outfit to promote young acts who are interested in taking their music career abroad.

The Texas United State-based ex footballer, said the new record label was established for the purpose of promoting up-and-coming acts in Africa, particularly in Nigeria with the aim of helping them achieve their music dreams.

In a brief interview with R, Ololade, last week signed his first artiste, Ademola Akanmu, otherwise known as Mr Finest on his record label, saying “I have successfully built an entertainment outfit in Texas and I want to help the young ones out there to realise their long time dreams.”

In his bid to expand his tentacles, Ololade said he would be organising a talent hunt show to discover new talents. “This is my way of contributing to nation building. I have been scouting for talents and a lot of people have been calling to be part of the movement but we are taking our time to select the best that would add value to what we are building,” he said.