Veteran Musician, Sir Shina Peters Ordained As A Bishop
Veteran Nigerian Jùjú musician, Sir Shina Peters has been ordained as a Bishop of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church over the weekend.
The Afro Juju star was ordained at a ceremony held at a Cherubim and Seraphim Church in the Iju area of Lagos on Saturday being January 30th.
Sharing a video from his ordination ceremony on his official Instagram page, Peters simply wrote; ‘‘Bishop with the swagger. God above all.”
Watch the video below…
Brief Details About Sir Shina Peters
Born Oluwashina Akanbi Peters in Ogun State, Peters’ career in music began at a young age when he played with friends under the handle Olushina and His Twelve Fantastic Brothers. While playing with his friends, he taught himself how to play the piano and later joined Ebenezer Obey’s band. Thereafter, he left Obey’s band and joined General Prince Adekunle’s band as a guitar player. Adekunle’s band played in Lagos hotels such as Western Hotel, Palm Beach Hotel and Executive Hotel. When Adekunle was ill, Peters sometimes acted as lead singer. He left Adekunle to form Shina Adewale, a band with Juju Maestro Segun Adewale. However, the duo soon split. Shina Peters, after releasing many albums with Segun Adewale through the 1980s, went on to form his own band, “Sir Shina Peters & His International Stars”.
Peters was an actor in ‘Money Power’, a movie produced by Ola Balogun. He met and started a relationship with the actress Clarion Chukwura at this time. The couple has a son, Clarence Peters.
Source: The African Media