Jumabee inspires presents Bunu Students Union carnival concert

In a historic turn of events, Hon. Juwon Demas Olorunnipa, popularly known as Jumabee, has once again etched his name in the annals of Kogi State’s event history by transforming the Edumo Bunu Students Carnival into a spectacular Lagos carnival show. This special recognition record speaks volumes about Jumabee’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of entertainment and community engagement.

The carnival concert, held in the artist’s hometown of Edumo Bunu, Kogi State, showcased a star-studded lineup featuring top Nigerian singers such as Oritse Femi and Joeel. The crowd was treated to an unforgettable experience as M BIG ALL STARS and a plethora of local talents, including Mayor Michael, Hi-Speed, Igwe, Jahjah, and many more, took the stage, igniting the venue with their electrifying performances.

Despite challenges, Jumabee’s inspiring carnival concert drew audiences and credible crowds who turned out in force to express their love and support. Notably, Jumabee’s dear mother, a fervent lover and supporter, graced the event along with his brother, CEO of S2DB, Hon Segun Olorunnipa.

The carnival extravaganza unfolded on December 27, 2023, at the open field in Edumo Bunu, Kabba-Bunu local government, Kogi State. Jumabee not only captivated the audience with his musical prowess but also gave back to the community by awarding cash prizes and mobile phones to various youth attendees. Scholarships were also granted to deserving individuals, reflecting Jumabee’s commitment to empowering the younger generation.

The carnival transcended entertainment boundaries as top political leaders, including Hon Seyi Bello and Command Jerry Omodara, graced the occasion, further solidifying the event’s significance in both the cultural and political spheres.

As a testament to his dedication, Jumabee has pledged to make this incredible carnival concert an annual affair, promising the community and fans alike a recurring extravaganza that transcends the ordinary. With each passing year, Jumabee’s carnival is poised to become a symbol of unity, celebration, and empowerment in Kogi State.

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