Sola Allyson supports Yinka Alaseyori as Tope Alabi criticises her song ‘Oniduro Mi’
Gospel singer and ‘Eji Owuro’ crooner, Sola Allyson has supported fellow gospel artiste, Yinka Alaseyori following damaging comments credited to Tope Alabi on Alaseyori’s hit song titled “Oniduro”.
Recall that the gospel singer, Adeyinka had referred to God as “Oniduro” in one of her songs.
Critising the term “Oniduro” used by fellow gospel singer, Adeyinka Alaseyori during a vigil in the early hours of June 12, Tope Alabi said the Holy Spirit did not approve of the term “Oniduro” being used to describe God.
She explained that when she tried singing the song, the Holy Spirit cautioned her.
Tope Alabi said: “What kind of song is that? God is not my guarantor, he is more than a guarantor.
“Although I have tried to correct the singer (who isn’t the original composer) but she got angry. I loved that song but when I tried to sing it the Holy Spirit told me to shut up”.
Alabi’s comments had drawn reactions from the public, including her colleague Sola Allyson who took to social media to air her opinion.
Reacting, Sola Allyson said, “I first heard this song years ago from Mama Bola Are at my home-out-of-home, @agape_pground in Akure and I immediately connected with it because, me, I would have been ridiculed and deserted and forgotten! The song helps me express my gratitude in that respect very succinctly.
“I have come to learn that we understand the concept of GOD differently, depending on how we were “given” and how much we are granted to see as we make effort to dig deeper. And that’s why I live my life devoid of divides which different abilities in understanding breed…
“I don’t know much about life. I am still a learner who seeks for my mind to be renewed daily but one of the few things I know dunjúdunjú and dájúdájú in life is that I received the help of a guarantor, an Oníìdúró from The Realms of GOD, The Almighty, at times when it was obvious that generational jànkárìwọ̀ would have stalled me from fulfilling destiny.