A high-powered delegation of the Deejays (Disc Jockey) Association of Nigeria (DJAN) led by its Vice President, Christian Edeh (DJ Perfect) Tuesday paid a condolence visit to COSON House, located in Ikeja in honour of departed reggae singer, Ras Kimono.
The Deejays who signed the condolence register to honour the rub – a – dub master Ras Kimono, a member of the board of COSON who passed on in Lagos last Sunday June 10, 2018, expressed shock over the sudden demise of the iconic reggae star Ras Kimono whom they described as a legend in the music industry.
Receiving them, the Chairman of COSON, Chief Tony Okoroji thanked them for their concern and requested that they all be ready to participate in what should be a fantastic burial arrangement being worked out between the Kimono family and COSON to celebrate in a special way a wonderful Nigerian artiste loved by millions across the nation.
In the team that received the DJAN members from different states of Nigeria were COSON directors, Richard Cole, Engr Sharon Essco Wilson, General Manager, Chinedu Chukwuji, and other members of the management such as COSON Head of Finance and Administration, Bernice Eriemeghe, COSON Head of Corporate Affairs, Chibueze Okereke and COSON Head of New Media, Tolu Balogun.
The DJAN team also took time to inspect the magnificent COSON House and expressed their excitement that such an edifice is now a reality in the Nigerian entertainment industry.
Other Deejays present were Ajayi Sunny (DJ Sunny Ice) from Edo, Ogungbuyi Taiwo (DJ Teazer) from Taraba, Moses Ukamasin (DJ Pastor) from Kaduna, Joseph Ameh (DJ Cedar) from Benue, Benni Emmanuel Guful (DJ BennyG) from Jos and DJ Vicky Lee from Imo.