All his life, Ademola Oyefeso, CEO, New Genesis, has literally been worshipping at the temple of the god of entertainment.
Indeed, many who know his exploits in the showbiz world will readily confirm that the Staten Island, New York- based showbiz advocate has done so much for the Nigerian entertainment world.
In the past years, the Ikenne, Ogun State-born impresario fondly called “Alase” has used his promotional skill to popularise the music of a number of artistes, including King Sunny Ade, Chief Ebenezer Obey, the late Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, K1 De Ultimate, Abass Akande Obesere, Gen. Kollington Ayinla, Salawa Abeni, Lagbaja, the late Orlando Owoh, Adewale Ayuba, Abass Obesere and Kola Ogunkoya.
A man of the people, Oyefeso is also busy promoting the cause of the Yoruba abroad. As president of Egbe Omo Yoruba in New York, he has demonstrated a rare leadership quality, which has endeared him to the hearts of the group’s members. In his capacity, he has been promoting peace and progress among the members.
He is recognised more for his efforts to put up an edifice fittingly named ‘Yoruba House’, which has become a rendezvous for the Yoruba living in that part of the world