Sulaiman Alao Adekunle popularly known by the stage name, Malaika has bequeathed his mother a palatial mansion.

The Fuji superstar shared a clip of the joyous moment via his Instagram page where he handed over the keys of the house to her.

Malaika surprised his mum with a tour of the building as he took her around to inspect the flats before handing over the keys. To say she was shocked would be an understatement.

The singer congratulated his dear Iye (mother) on her new property and promised to continue to love her by God’s grace.

He wrote: I took her round the building and showed her the flats we have there. I now handed over all the keys to her saying, IYE (mum) this is the house I built for you…

She was shocked because she never had any idea I was doing this.


Congratulations Alhaja Rukayat Mojirayo..

I love you IYE and I will continue to In shaa Allah.

Sulaimon Alao Adekunle popularly known by his stage name Ks1 Malaika is a Nigerian Fuji musician who started playing and performing music from an early age in a quranic school in the suburb of Lagos known as Agege and further paying his dues through Were (the early morning Islamic wake up music during the Ramadan season) before forming his first Fuji band in 1983 who also malaika Wasiu who

Sulaimon Alao Adekunle was born 15 February 1973. With his band Tekoye Fuji Organization, he performed in the United States of America from November 1997 and had a great time as he thrilled in about 15 states before returning to Nigeria with multi-million naira musical equipment. Since then he had taken his trade across the world ensuring that the genre called Fuji is well known.

KS1 Malaika has performed and duet with various artistes in different genres of music. He is quite friendly with musicians in the Islamic gospel genre and has been featured in their works severally. His music has also been sampled by different artistes in the Fuji and hip hop scene and are hits among music lovers.

Malaika composes, arranges and produces his music. Blessed with a wide range of vocal abilities, his music uses traditional African and Nigerian instruments such as the Gangan, Iya ilu, Bata, Sakara, Agogo, assorted percussions, Guitar, Hawaiian guitar, Keyboard and Saxophone With a unique call and respond style that everyone has now adopted, Malaika’s music is melodious and easy to dance to.

Malaika’s constant worldwide travels have endeared him to audiences outside the shores of Nigeria With numerous awards from organisations and music fans across the world, Malaika is striving daily to improve his craft and develop as a better musician and not just a singer.