Yinka Ayefele

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Yinka Ayefele
Olayinka Joel Ayefele Aka Yinka Ayefele

(1968-02-01) 1 February 1968 (age 53)
Ipoti-Ekiti, Nigeria
Other namesYinka Ayefele 's CD Albums ÷ Music VCD Albums
Years active1998–present
Spouse(s)Temitope Titilope[1]
Parent(s)Chief Joshua Taiwo Ayefele (Father)[1]

Early lifeEdit

Ayefele was born in Ipoti-Ekiti, a city in Ekiti State in southwestern Nigeria.[4]


He had attended Our Saviours Anglican Primary School in Ipoti-Ekiti for his primary and secondary education before he later proceeded to Ondo State College of Arts and Science in Ikare Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.[5]


Ayefele worked briefly as journalist and broadcaster at the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Ibadan, where he also produced jingles and musical works on radio.[6] He began his music career in 1997 after he was involved in an automobile accident which damaged his spinal cord and confined him to a wheelchair.[7][8] While in the hospital after spending about 9 months, his friend, Kola Olootu visited and advised him to put some songs together.[9] This suggestion resulted in the release of his debut album titled, Bitter Experience in 1998 which brought him into limelight.[10] The release of Bitter experience was followed by the release of Sweet Experience.[11] Other albums released by the gospel musician are Something Else, Divine Intervention and Life after death, released in honor of Gbenga Adeboye, a Nigerian radio presenter, musician and comedian.[12] The title Bitter Experience reflected his ordeal and Sweet Experience was the sweetness after a "Bitter Experience".[13]

Awards and honoursEdit

He had received over 200 awards.[14] Among other awards are:

Demolition of radio stationEdit


Ayefele's Music House, which has in it a radio station Fresh FM and a studio, was on August 19, 2018 demolished[15] by the Oyo State Government, stating that the property's location contravene the stipulations by the town planning authority. This sparked outrage from fans and sympathizers[16] in Ibadan, and host of other criticizing the government's action. According to the musician, the property worth N800 million. The radio station now has a branch in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Personal lifeEdit

Ayefele and his wife, Tope, welcomed in a set of triplets, 2 boys and 1 girl on January 18, 2019 at Holy Cross Hospital in the USA [17] Yinka Ayefele 's CD Albums & Label (Aloy Productions International + Galaxy Music) API MUSIC Stands for ALOY PRODUCTIONS INTERNATIONAL+ CD Covers ÷ Cassette Tapes , CD Albums , Marketed & Distributed by ALOY PRODUCTIONS INTERNATIONAL 4 Edidi Lane Idumota Lagos + Galaxy Music , Role Model Entertainment

  • Bitter Experience (1998)
  • Sweet Experience (1999)
  • Something Else (2000)
  • Divine Intervention (2001)
  • Fun Fair (2002)
  • Life after Death (2003)
  • Aspiration (2003)
  • Fulfilment (2004)
  • New Dawn (2005)
  • Next Level (2006)
  • Gratitude (2007)
  • Absolute Praise (2008)
  • Transformation (2009)
  • Everlasting Grace (2010)
  • Prayer Point (2011)
  • Goodness Of God (2012)
  • Comforter (2013)
  • Overcomer (2014)
  • Upliftment (2015)
  • Fresh Glory (2016)
  • Living Testimony (2017)
  • Favour (2018)
  • Beyond The Limits (2019)
  • Ekundayo(Exhilaration)(2020)


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  2. ^ "Yinka Ayefele's travails". The Punch – Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  3. ^ "Yinka Ayefele celebrates". The Punch – Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  4. ^ "Shock as Yinka Ayefele's father dies at birthday party – DailyPost Nigeria". DailyPost Nigeria. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  5. ^ "Yinka Ayefele discusses his accident, marital life, Patience Jonathan rally and music in new interview". dailystar.com.ng. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  6. ^ "Yinka Ayefele Bereaved As Late Father Wanted Him To Be A Banker". nigeriafilms.com. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  7. ^ "The incredible lifestyle of an entertainer". Vanguard News. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  8. ^ Emokpae Odigie (2015). When Reasoning Is on Vacation. Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency. p. 77. ISBN 9781631351914.
  9. ^ "Yinka Ayefele: What The President's Handshake Did To Me, Articles – THISDAY LIVE". thisdaylive.com. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  10. ^ "People Take Advantage of My Condition----Yinka Ayefele". modernghana.com. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  11. ^ Editor. "Yinka Ayefele to release new album in January 2015". Nigerian Entertainment Today – Nigeria's Number 1 Entertainment Daily. Retrieved 11 February 2015.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  12. ^ "Yinka Ayefele – Gbenga Adeboye Life after death". Last.fm. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  13. ^ Administrator. "About Yinka Ayefele". ayefeleradio.com. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  14. ^ "HISTORIC: HONOR NIGHT IN TORONTO! Ayefele Bags 200th Award in Canada…Receives Special Lifetime Achievement Award * Nigeria Embassy Officials to witness Ceremony * Sir Shina Peters as Special Guest!". nigeriastandardnewspaper.com. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
  15. ^ Press, Fellow (20 August 2018). "What commissioner said about Yinka Ayefele building's demolition - Fellow Press". Fellow Press. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  16. ^ Press, Fellow (20 August 2018). "Fans kick as Oyo Govt demolishes Ayefele's radio station - Fellow Press". Fellow Press. Retrieved 20 August 2018.
  17. ^ https://tribuneonlineng.com/226853/