Nigerian actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde’s son, Captain E has been nominated for the 25 Under 25 music category award. The 22-year-old would be battling for the award with other rising stars like Omah Lay and Oxlade.
The winner will be declared on the 29th August. Captain E recently released his third single titled ‘More of You’ after he released ‘You & I’ in May and ‘Craze’ in June. At 19, Captain E worked with the likes of Falz, Seyi Shay and Mr Eazi. In 2014, he won the Best Producer section at the International Music Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, US.
The 25 Under 25 Entrepreneurs Awards is an annual award ceremony by SME 100 Africa aimed at recognising, acknowledging, honouring and supporting some of Nigeria’s most innovative entrepreneurs under the age of 25.
These are innovators, influencers, trendsetters, inventors, entrepreneurs, etc who are doing phenomenal things and contributing to socio-economic development in Nigeria.
Nollywood actress, Omotola Ekeinde has dropped some new tracks as she finally returned to music.
Omosexy as she is called by fans noted that there will be no going back this time.
She shared the news via her Instagram handle, where she wrote, “Yasss! I’m back! I feel so Alive ! 💃🏼 ~<<~>>~<>~~~~ When I told you Post Covid I’m doing ALL I’ve wanted to do some thought I was just motivating! I’m back to My Music! And this second time around No gates of Hell shall prevail.”
“I lost a dear cousin yesterday in London. I’m hurting. He didn’t get COVID-19. He died from a kidney transplant complication,” she wrote as fans took to the comment section in condolences.
“He couldn’t get proper healthcare because the Hospitals were focused on COVID-19 and help didn’t get to him fast enough. How sad.
“Jalad is gone. He died alone. Jalad was too loved to die alone. The health system in the United Kingdom failed him.”
I lost a Dear Cousin Yesterday in London. I am hurting . He didn’t get Covi-19. He died from a kidney transplant complication, couldn’t get proper healthcare because the Hospitals were focused on covid and help didn’t get to him fast Enough. How sad.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare systems across the globe have been on their toes in the struggles to keep critically ill patients alive, with leaders looking to bring more hands on-board.
The number of infected persons globally has exceeded 1.7 million as the death toll is now close to 110,000. Citizens have also reported difficulty in getting medical attention as a result of the lockdowns.
Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde had a tweet-chat session with her followers on Twitter today and one of her followers asked her if she can have a hangout with Genevieve to quench all speculations that there is a beef between both of them