[VIDEO & AUDIO] “Dide Oluwa” – Bose Adekunle

Bose Adekunle releases a new single titled “Dide Oluwa”; Yoruba origin – a language widely spoken in the South-western region of Nigeria, interpreted as “Arise Oh Lord” in English. “Dide Oluwa” is a song of asking for Mercy from God, is a crucial time like this, on behalf of Nigeria and individuals

According to the Singer; “Every time God is about to cause a change, a sound heralds his intention, this is a song for the moment, People of Nineveh received mercy, Samarian saw the end of the famine, in a time like this we needed the mercy of the Lord. May God arise for us individually and as a nation, and give us victory in Jesus’ name.

The other aspect is that we should not stop praying, the word of God says, we should continue praying till our joy is full, when you needed it, pray, after you get it, still pray. Prayer is a continuous exercise, don’t stop praying.”

Bose Adekunle, born to the family of Late Pastor Jacob Adeleke Salako, Assistance General Evangelist CAC worldwide (rtd. 1993), and L/E Rhoda Ade Salako hails from Iwo in Osun state. According to the artist, she studied Microbiology but receiving and composing songs through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit is her God’s given talent. She is happily married to Elder Sunday Adekunle and they are blessed with twins and many spiritual children.

This song was accompanied by an amazing visual, download and be blessed by it.

See the video below;


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