King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall (Kwam1), a legendary Fuji singer, is currently the talk of the town as he celebrates 50 years on stage in Lagos State.

The city of Lagos was being prepared for KWAM1 to shut it down.

The Mayegun of Lagos, as he is affectionately known, celebrated his 50 years on stage as Lagos came to a complete standstill.

The event was backed and promoted by Nollywood celebrities and the iconic singer's followers and lovers.

Kolawole Ajeyemi, Ayo Olaiya, Esther Kale, and many other Nollywood celebrities offered their support for him, as did Nigerian millionaire Sir Olu Okeowo, one of the country's quiet billionaires.

Last weekend, Kwam1 staged his talk-about event at the upscale Oriental Hotel.

The event was attended by a who's who of society, including the best in politics, business, entertainment, and the monarchy.

King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall (KWAM 1), a great Fuji singer who has performed for 50 years, caused the Nollywood industry to halt.

The event was hosted by Kwam1 on Friday, August 19, at Lagos' illustrious Oriental Hotel.

The Yoruba film industry remained silent in support of the singer as they turned out in great numbers to do so.

Eleganza CEO, Razaq Okoya and his beautiful wife, Shade Okoya, were spotted at the event as well as silent billionaire, Sir Olu Okeowo.

Celebrities like: Kunle Afod, Yinka Quadri, Jamiu Azeez, Jide Awobona, Toyosi Adesanya, Foluke Daramola, Mercy Aigbe, Adunni Ade, Seyi Edun, Omowunmi Ajiboye, Faithia Williams, Iyabo Ojo, Ijebu, Muyiwa Ademola, Fausat Balogun, Lateef Adedimeji, Saheed Balogun, Ibrahim Chatta, Eniola Badmus, and more showed support for him.

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