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Celebrating Popular Entertainer, Remilekun Mariam Kasali (Remmy Chanter)

She is very popular in the culture and entertainment world. This beautiful lady who can drum, dance and sing is usually paid to spice up events with Yoruba oratory chants backed up by traditional drummers.

For those who still don't catch the drift let's quickly tell you that Oluwaremilekun Mariam Kasali is an indigenous Yoruba Chant Artiste (Ewi).

She started her chanting career in the year 2010, and in 2013, she established a meaningful prowess by carving a niche in this profession over the years with an applauding recognition.

As the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O) of Remmychanter Asatainment, her zeal and doggedness towards the accomplishment of her clearly stated goals had earned her plethora awards like:

Best Devoted Female (2010) by National Association of Business Administration and Management Students (NABAMS)... Best Special Adviser to the President (2010) by Junior Chamber International (JCI) Federal Polytechnic, Offa... First Runner-up, Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), (2014) by the Creativity and Innovation (CRIN-KWASU)... Most Talented (2016) by Trendy Mates Awards... Most Indigenous Chanter (2016) by National Association of Language Studies and Linguistics Students (KWASU)... Most Celebrated (2016) and Most Classic Female Student (2017) by National Association of Business and Entrepreneurship Students (KWASU)... Best Use of Social Media Award (2017) by Elite Vibes... Outstanding Youth Creative Ambassador (2017) by National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN)... To mention but a few.....

Remilekun Mariam Kasali had toured around reasonable parts of the world to entertain both indigenous and non-indigenous folks. In furtherance to her conviction in chanting (Ewi), she had gravitated the attention of both local and international folks by performing at over 500 events, and had done 1,500 jingles for individual and royalty.

Thank you!!!

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  1. Replies
    1. You are doing well @remmychanter.So you deserve more of this celebration. Keep up the good work......We love you

  2. Greater height. Thank you for bringing our culture back to us, providing entertaining chants to different Yoruba groups.

  3. More blessings on your sister remi omoiya alira you are loved

  4. Congratulation sis more of it come on earth....we r are following u @ Ewa N Teni Apesa

  5. My iya oko, akebaje omo Iya Alira...you're destined for greatness. Love you loads.