Popular Fuji Musician, Kollington Ayinla, Dispels Death Rumour

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Kwara-born Fuji superstar, Alh. Kolawole Kollington Ayinla (Kebe n' Kwara), on Monday, dismissed the rumour making the rounds that he was dead.

Kollington Ayinla said those behind the rumour mill should be referred to a psychiatric hospital for proper medical examination.

Kollington spoke with LEADERSHIP in Ilorin, Kwara State capital.


He added that he was alive, hale and hearty, and there was no cause for alarm about his state of health.

The Fuji maestro told LEADERSHIP that he was taken aback to have been informed of the death rumour when he had just finished eating cooked beans and fried plantains.

“I can tell and confirm to you that I'm alive, hale and hearty. I'm healthy, and nothing is wrong with my state of health to warrant any rumour as to whether I'm alive or not.

“Those people spreading rumour that I am dead are mad; they should be taken to Aro (Federal Psychiatric Hospital, Abeokuta).

“In fact, I'm surprised to have been told and sent a snap of an online blog that I am dead. And one should ask the writer of that information about his experience in journalism. Is that how they were taught in journalism school?

“Well, my legal team has been informed, and would communicate the concerned online blog for appropriate notice of litigation.

“I'm in my house. In fact, I just finished eating cooked beans and fried plantains. So, how come I'm eating? To tell you, I'm alive, hale, hearty and healthy,” Kollington Ayinla said.

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