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Bayowa Joseph aka Jobs is a gospel singer, with a dynamic sound and spirit that ushers people into God’s very presence. His unique sound has earned him many platforms.
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He is from Ekiti state, and was born and bred in Port Harcourt, into a family of five.
He began singing at the very tender age of ten. And honed his musical skills through joining of the children choir and other musical groups. He is a member of the redeemed Christian church of God. He is also a student of Ekiti state university, where he is pursuing a degree in SLT biochemistry.
Bayowa Joseph is an ardent lover of gospel rock, and is inspired by the likes of tye tribett, Travis Greene, Ibk_theoffspring etc.
Beyond his passion for music is his deep love for God, who is the object of his music. Bayowa Joseph is also the convener of THE PSALMIST CONCERT, a musical concert aimed at evangelising Christ through music.
I used to think Nigeria was a very difficult country to govern. Now, I think I know better. This country is one of the easiest to rule over. Once you understand the psychology of the average Nigerian, it's easy to have a field day. This current Innoson versus GTB saga exposes the mind of the average Nigerian.
The average Nigerian has the concepts of right and wrong blurred. Right is only right when their personal rights are breached. At other times, it doesn't matter. The average Nigerian loves to get involved in fights that don't concern them. Especially when big men are involved. In Nigeria, we have little men fighting in different corners for big men. In saner climes, big men fight for their little men. We either fight for Atiku or we are throwing punches on behalf of Buhari. We shout in support of Wike or demonstrate in support of Amaechi. Meanwhile, big men never fight big men- they employ smaller men. Our leaders understand our make up perfectly. The average Nigeri…