Photo of 12-Year-Old Sir Shina Peters Thrilling Wealthy Guests With Guilter at Party in 1970 Emerges Online

Photo of 12-Year-Old Sir Shina Peters Thrilling Wealthy Guests With Guilter at Party in 1970 Emerges Online

  • A remarkable throwback photo of veteran Juju artiste, Sir Shina Peters thrilling some super-wealthy guests has emerged online
  • The Juju maestro was just 12-year-old in the photo as he performed with his guilter as such a tender age
  • In the photo, Shina Peter was displaying his guilter talents to billionaire, Chief Akin-Olugbade and other guests in the year 1970

Veteran Juju musician, Sir Shina Peters has been in the entertainment business since when he was a young boy and a proof of that has emerged online.

Shina Peter performed with his signature guilter for late billionaire, Chief Babatunde Akin-Olugbade when he was just a 12-years-old boy in the year 1970.

Shina Peters
Shina Peters performing in 1970. Credit: @yoruba_blog @sirshinapeters
Source: Instagram

The young Shina was playing the guilter with late Akin-Olugbade and his guests feeling his music during an oldies party.

The post was shared with a caption:

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"12-year-old Shina Peters performs at a dinner party in 1970. In the middle and in chequered cloth is Chief Ohu Babatunde Akin-Olugbade (1913-1987) , He was a lawyer, politician and successful businessman, his son was the late Billionaire and Rolls Royce collector, Chief Bolu Akin-Olugbade."

Check out the epic 1970 throwback photo of Shina Peter's performance below:

Nigerians react to the hilarious photo

A number of social media users have reacted to Sina Peter's old photo. captured some of the comments, read below:


"See baba Shina Peter as a small boy. This is a proof that it’s being a while no be today. Nice and dope one."


"Omo baba has been grinding from when he was just a small boy, mingling with who is who. Respect to Sir Shina Peters. Your music is still relevant till date. Long life legend."


"Ẹ kú iṣẹ́. Every event translates into history. We thank God for life."

If cost N500 to book KWAM1 in 1985, receipt emerges previously reported that K1 the ultimate has been in the entertainment business for a number of decades and he is still relevant.

A receipt of his charges in 1985 emerged online showing he only charged N500 to perform at a naming ceremony.

His incredibly low charges 36 years ago got many Nigerians talking, most of them felt it was a lot back then.


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