​S​uleiman Sukus releases album, Kickstarter

A popular Kannywood singer, Suleiman Sukus, on Monday, released his much-awaited album, Kickstarter, in Kaduna.

The album comprises of eight tracks.

Sukus, a former soldier, is celebrated in Kannywood for his martial-style music.

He explained to PREMIUM TIMES why the release of Kickstarter, which was originally scheduled for December 2013, was delayed.

“Because I have made a mark with my style of music, I did not want to make something not better than my previous albums so I waited this long to get everything done well,” he said.

Sukus was optimistic that this album, his third, would bag him many awards.

“I have worked hard to make sure this album is my best and surely it is,” he said.

On extending his skills to acting in Kannywood, Sukus said though he was considering that area, it was not in his plans at the moment.


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  • True Nigerian

    There is no Christianity left in most of Nigerian churches. Money, Men, Materials, and Power are the main gods whom Nigerian Christianity are worshipping. I left Nigeria as a committed Christian. After staying abroad and serving faithfully in my local churches in foreign countries, it dawned on me that Christianity is almost non-existent in Nigeria. Upon return to Nigeria, going to church on Sundays became a huge struggle for me, because I know that the gathering is bereft of love and compassion. Love, compassion, empathy, and a defence of the weak are values that have no place in Nigerian churches, especially the pentecostal churches.

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