Popular Gospel musician and evangelist, Isaac Ojo Adegunna, better known as Ojo Ade has recounted ugly experiences he had in life.
Ojo Ade is notable for singing gospel songs in the Yoruba language and few in the English language with the accordion, his trademark instrument.
The gospel musician in a recent interview disclosed how he was attacked severally which include gunshots, poisoning and so on.
When asked if there has been any incident that has jolted his music career since he started, he was quick to name them.
In his word, “I almost lost all some years ago at Jos, Plateau State. Also at Suleja, an accident led to a weapon-carrying mob threatening to destroy my life and that of my group (members). At Ilorin, the stage I was using almost became my deathbed. And one day on Saki-Ibadan road, I was shot at several times”
“Then, in a town in Ondo State, I was poisoned; the same thing also occurred at my own house. But all glory is to God who has been faithful,” he added.
Ojo Ade sang songs such as “Satani Kosinmi‘, ‘Jesu Tofunmi’, ‘Ojo Ola Mi Adara‘ and several other soul-lifting songs.