Last Friday,  was a indeed a day to be remembered  by the entire family of late veteran fuji star, Alhaji Rasheed Adio Adeyinka popularly known as Second Barrister, as they hold special prayer for him after the tenth years of his demise.

The prayers were hold both in Lagos and USA respectively, in Lagos, special prayer hold in the honour of late Second Barrister at Igbeyinadun Central Mosque, Adeyinka street, Agege, the family  was led by the late Second Barrister’s window, Mrs Bolanle Onigbanjo. Several gifts and  foods were also distributed to the people freely at the mosque and the street.

Meanwhile, Second Barryster’s music star son, Chief Yinka Rthymz,  joined his mother, Alhaja Riskat Shofolahan in Houston, Texas for the USA version of the special prayer. Prayers were offered  at his grave side with religious leaders in Houston, donate to mosques and give to the Homeless

In case,  you don’t know, lat    e Rasheed Adio was highly successful fuji act who brought many innovations to the traditional genre of music.

The late Second Barrister was the 1st Fuji musician signed by Sigma Disc under the chairmanship of King Sunny Ade. The only Fuji artist that perform in the world known album “The way Forward”. The first Fuji Artist to travel to the United States of America with 25 band members.

A prominent member of the Fuman and PMAN. An honourable member of the Egba Decendant Union of Houston Texas. The Founder of Rashan Music under the chairmanship of Chief Adeyinka Adeola-Hazzan.
During the June 12 saga, his contribution to the associate the People of Ogun state was phenomenal.

He released an Album which was titled “Peace” where he call to order all the divisive groups in Abeokuta.

Mr Somebody passed away due to an unknown Heart Attack while driving home from a show on May 9th 2009 and was pronounced dead at exactly 2.03am on the faithful Mothers day (America’s mothers day celebration/recognition)
He is survived by Brother, Sister, wives and Children.

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