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Apinjo Okenwa – Olu Chim
Apinjo Okenwa – Olu Chim

The moving Igbo highlife song “Olu Chim” by Apinjo Okenwa, better known as Oduma Okija, explores the idea of accepting one’s divine purpose.

Translating to “My Divine Calling,” the title expresses Oduma Okija’s recognition of his musical calling and his dedication to pursuing it.

The song’s lyrics convey a powerful message, particularly when they say, “Ife mbiara bu olu chim, mmadu ejina uwa akom onu” (I come to fulfill my divine calling, no one should condemn me). Oduma Okija opposes criticism from others and stresses the value of pursuing one’s calling.

Taking after already discharged tracks, the well-enchanted tune is the foremost later entry this year.

Beside that, this unused, exceptional composition will unquestionably be worth a spot in your music collection if you cherish quality music.

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