Yoruba Nollywood actress, Dayo Amusa has paid respect to one of her helpers in the industry, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall better known as Kwam1 or K1 De Ultimate.
The Fuji singer, who got coronated a few days back has been a source of strength and financial support for the movie star and Dayo Amusa, who isn’t one to be ungrateful had paid her respect to him.
In the spirit of gratitude and celebration of his Chieftaincy title, Dayo had gifted Kwam1 a statue of himself.
Sharing a video of the adorable moment online, Dayo noted how it’s only those who have been in the dark, can appreciate the day of light.
She described the Fuji Maestro as a light that has always shined through her darkest moments, as his words of wisdom, kindness, and consistent support have always inspired and helped her through.
“Only those who know what it feels like to stay in the dark can appreciate the ray of light. You are that light that has always shined through my darkest moments. Your words of wisdom, kindness, and consistent supportive measures have always inspired me and helped me get through.
In the spirit of gratitude, celebrating the installation of your well-deserved chieftaincy title as the OLORI OMOOBA AKILE of IJEBU LAND have I presented you with this beautiful sculptor of yourself.
Long may you continue reign as your supreme legacy endure more generations to come Congratulations BABA ADUFE @kingwasiuayindemarshal”.
Kemi Filani reported in July that KWAM1 or K1 De Ultimate, had received a confirmation letter on his new title.
The Fuji singer was conferred with the title of The New Olori Omoba Akile Ijebu, during the Ojude Oba festival in IJebu.
Celebrities like Mercy Aigbe Adeoti, Shina Peller, Queen Salawa Abeni, and other close associates of KWAM1 celebrated his latest achievement.
Mercy Aigbe and her husband, after their return from Mecca, even paid tribute to the Fuji singer and his wife.
At his coronation ceremony in Ijebu, on Tuesday, Kwam1 paid tribute to Mohbad.
He noted how Nigeria is blessed with a whole lot of artists, unfortunately, we lost one this month and that’s Mohbad.
Kwam1 further noted how the death of Mohbad caught us unaware and made us feel bad about ourselves and our attitudes.