Maverick Nigerian musician, Majek Fahek who is visibly upbeat about his new body of work and his thirty years anniversary on stage to the extent that he is digging up his past to prove that international stardom is a divine gift given to him from the celestial realm.

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The “send down the rain”, crooner recalled and shared with the media in Lagos recently that a Sierra Leonean, prophet by the name, Paul Kanu had prophesied that he(Majek) will go far in music business and that he will prophesy through music; and that everything he says must come to past.

The veteran also revealed that the clergy man said it in clear terms that he will visit the United State of America.

Below are his revelation

“In the Aladura Church where my mum raised me, there was a prophet called Paul Kanu from Sierra Leone. He used to see visions. He prophesied that I would go very far in the music business. He told me I would go to America and my music would be prophetic, and everything came to pass, so God is in charge of my destiny.

“Young boys are in charge now. I thank God for Tuface for embracing me and taking me to the younger generation. The album I am releasing is all about wisdom, conscious messages. I thank God that I am still alive. I have given my life to Jesus Christ and I am born again.”

On his plan for his 30 years on stage anniversary, his manager Uzor said:

“We need support. Majek Fashek is a big brand. Corporate bodies should wake up and do what is right because Majek has made us proud. We should look beyond his challenges and reach out to him now.

“The expectation is that it is going to be a great day and a lot of international artistes and local artistes will be there. He will also auction the clothes he wore in 1987 when he released ‘Send Down The Rain’.

Let us all join together and celebrate our own legend when he is still alive. Join us on September 10 at Oriental Hotel from 4pm for the biggest show of the year.”