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Find below recordsng.com List and addresses of radio stations in Lagos state and their transmission frequecy, the list of radio stations in Lagos state are compiled for informational and education purpose and for easy access to information and services you may require from these business entities.


1. Star FM Lagos 
Address: Radiovision Plaza Obafemi Awolowo Way,along Alausa Seceteriat, Ikeja, Lagos. P.O. Box 4260
Frequency:  101.5

2. Brilla FM Sports Lagos
Address: Corporate head office Lagos, 4, Oluwatunmike Disu Street, Opposite Jakande 1st Gate, Lekki-Ajah Expressway. Tel: 08034439502
Frequency:  88.9

3. Wazobia FM Lagos
Address: 267A, AIM Plaza, Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos,State Nigeria
Frequency: 95.1

4. Unilag FM
Address: University of Lagos compound, Akoka Yaba, Lagos
Frequency: 103.1

5. The Beat FM ,Lagos
Address: 26 Keffi Street, Off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency: 99.9
6. Bond FM Lagos
Address: Ikoyi/Obalende Road, Broadcasting House, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency: 92.9
7. Cool FM Lagos (urban music )
Address: 267A Etim Inyang Crescent, off muri Okunola stree, Victoria Island lagos
Frequency: 96.9

8.  Classic FM Lagos
Address: 26 Keffi Street, Off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi eti-osa Lagos
Frequency: 97.3

9. Choice FM FRCN 
Address: Federal Radio corporation of Nigeria, training school, GRA Ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  103.5

10. City FM, Lagos
Address:
Frequency:  105.1

11. Radio Continental FM
Address: Continental Way, off CMD road, Magodo, Lagos
Frequency: 102.3

12.  RayPower FM 

Address: AIT Rd Ilapo Village, Alagbado, Lagos, P.M.B. 1309 Apapa
Frequency:  100.5

13. Radio Lagos, Ikeja

Address: Lateef Jakande road, Agidingbi bustop, ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  107.5

14. Faji FM 
Address: AIT Rd Ilapo Village, Alagbado, Lagos
Frequency:  106.5

15. SMOOTH FM
 Address: 4, Amichi Close, Off Eletu Ogabi Street, Victoria Island Lagos
Frequency:  98.1

16. Traffic radio
Address: Lateef Jakande road, Agidingbi,ikeja,
Frequency:  96.1
17. Top Radio FM
Address:
Frequency:  90.9

18. Naija FM
Address: 26 Keffi Street Off Awolowo Road Ikooyi Lagos
Frequency:  102.7

19. Nigeria Info FM Radio
Address: 267A, AIM Plaza, Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island Annex.
Victoria Island, Lagos. P.M.B. 10096,
Frequency:  99.3

20.  Metro FM Radio
Address: Ikoyi/Obalende Road, Broadcasting House, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency:  97.7

21. Inspiration FM Radio
Address: Amazing Grace Plaza, 2E- ,Ligali Ayorinde street, Victoria Island, Eti Osa, Lagos
Frequency:  92.3

22. Eko FM
Address: Lateef Jakande Road, Agidingbi Ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  89.7

List and address of radio stations in Lagos, State, and their Frequency

Find below recordsng.com List and addresses of radio stations in Lagos state and their transmission frequecy, the list of radio stations in Lagos state are compiled for informational and education purpose and for easy access to information and services you may require from these business entities.


1. Star FM Lagos 
Address: Radiovision Plaza Obafemi Awolowo Way,along Alausa Seceteriat, Ikeja, Lagos. P.O. Box 4260
Frequency:  101.5

2. Brilla FM Sports Lagos
Address: Corporate head office Lagos, 4, Oluwatunmike Disu Street, Opposite Jakande 1st Gate, Lekki-Ajah Expressway. Tel: 08034439502
Frequency:  88.9

3. Wazobia FM Lagos
Address: 267A, AIM Plaza, Etim Inyang Crescent, Victoria Island, Lagos,State Nigeria
Frequency: 95.1

4. Unilag FM
Address: University of Lagos compound, Akoka Yaba, Lagos
Frequency: 103.1

5. The Beat FM ,Lagos
Address: 26 Keffi Street, Off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency: 99.9
6. Bond FM Lagos
Address: Ikoyi/Obalende Road, Broadcasting House, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency: 92.9
7. Cool FM Lagos (urban music )
Address: 267A Etim Inyang Crescent, off muri Okunola stree, Victoria Island lagos
Frequency: 96.9

8.  Classic FM Lagos
Address: 26 Keffi Street, Off Awolowo Road, Ikoyi eti-osa Lagos
Frequency: 97.3

9. Choice FM FRCN 
Address: Federal Radio corporation of Nigeria, training school, GRA Ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  103.5

10. City FM, Lagos
Address:
Frequency:  105.1

11. Radio Continental FM
Address: Continental Way, off CMD road, Magodo, Lagos
Frequency: 102.3

12.  RayPower FM 

Address: AIT Rd Ilapo Village, Alagbado, Lagos, P.M.B. 1309 Apapa
Frequency:  100.5

13. Radio Lagos, Ikeja

Address: Lateef Jakande road, Agidingbi bustop, ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  107.5

14. Faji FM 
Address: AIT Rd Ilapo Village, Alagbado, Lagos
Frequency:  106.5

15. SMOOTH FM
 Address: 4, Amichi Close, Off Eletu Ogabi Street, Victoria Island Lagos
Frequency:  98.1

16. Traffic radio
Address: Lateef Jakande road, Agidingbi,ikeja,
Frequency:  96.1
17. Top Radio FM
Address:
Frequency:  90.9

18. Naija FM
Address: 26 Keffi Street Off Awolowo Road Ikooyi Lagos
Frequency:  102.7

19. Nigeria Info FM Radio
Address: 267A, AIM Plaza, Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island Annex.
Victoria Island, Lagos. P.M.B. 10096,
Frequency:  99.3

20.  Metro FM Radio
Address: Ikoyi/Obalende Road, Broadcasting House, Ikoyi, Lagos
Frequency:  97.7

21. Inspiration FM Radio
Address: Amazing Grace Plaza, 2E- ,Ligali Ayorinde street, Victoria Island, Eti Osa, Lagos
Frequency:  92.3

22. Eko FM
Address: Lateef Jakande Road, Agidingbi Ikeja, Lagos
Frequency:  89.7



1. Ajayi Medical Center

Eleku St
0813 415 1468

2. Jobi Hospital

Behind Zenith Bank, Ikorodu, Benson, 12/13 Adeyeri Owuyo St

3. The Ark Hospital

52, Kokoro-Abu St
0808 967 8250

4. Newgate Hospital

161 Ikorodu Rd
0704 485 3391

5. Newgate Hospital

Ikorodu Roundabout, 53 Lagos Road
0704 485 3391

6. Hopewell Hospital Ltd

Badiru Kassen St
01 295 2195

7. Divine Touch Dental Clinic

Benson, Ikorodu, 1 Ayangburen Rd

8. Oak Hospitals

191, Lagos Road, Ikorodu, 191 Lagos Ikorodu Express Road
0704 460 4383

9. Aruna Ogun Memorial Specialist Hospital

2/4 Bamimosu street Ipakodo
0802 902 3458

List and Address of Private hospitals in Ikorodu Lagos State, Nigeria


1. Ajayi Medical Center

Eleku St
0813 415 1468

2. Jobi Hospital

Behind Zenith Bank, Ikorodu, Benson, 12/13 Adeyeri Owuyo St

3. The Ark Hospital

52, Kokoro-Abu St
0808 967 8250

4. Newgate Hospital

161 Ikorodu Rd
0704 485 3391

5. Newgate Hospital

Ikorodu Roundabout, 53 Lagos Road
0704 485 3391

6. Hopewell Hospital Ltd

Badiru Kassen St
01 295 2195

7. Divine Touch Dental Clinic

Benson, Ikorodu, 1 Ayangburen Rd

8. Oak Hospitals

191, Lagos Road, Ikorodu, 191 Lagos Ikorodu Express Road
0704 460 4383

9. Aruna Ogun Memorial Specialist Hospital

2/4 Bamimosu street Ipakodo
0802 902 3458


1. Elite Health Systems
3 Ogalade Close, Victoria Island, Lagos

2. Lakeshore Cancer Center
    14 Amodu Tijani St, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephone:  08099715000 & 0809972500

3. South Shore Women's Clinic Lagos
Address: Plot 1717 Mike Adenuga Close Off, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

4. Paelon Memorial Clinic
22, Musa Yar’Adua Street
Off Kofo Abayomi Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
Nigeria

Telephone
01-290-0844 | 0909-360-8138 Emergency

5. Ideal Eagle Hospital
 Address: Plot 247, Ojora Close, Victoria Island

6. Eye Foundation Hospital
Idowu Taylor St Victoria Island,lagos.

7. FaithCity Hospitals Ltd
 Oju Olobun Close, off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos.

8. Ave Maria Hospital
 Number 52, Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

9. Renaissance Medical
Address: Renaissance Medical Centre
8B, Elsie Femi-Pearse Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Telephone:
0903-076-9633
0809-513-4000
01-761-7023

Email:
info@renaissance-medical.org


10. Military Hospital Lagos
Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi Lagos

11. Saint Nicholas Hosital Clinics
Address: 7b Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island, Lagos.

12. Lagoon Hospitals
Address: Idejo street, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephones
07026892368

13. Reddington Hospital
Address: 12 Idowu Martins street, Victoria Island, Lagos
 Telephone: 01 262 1234

14. Vantage Medical Centre
Address: Plot 10B Fabac Close,
off Ligali Ayorinde Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos State.

15. Premier Specialists Medical Center  

Address: 7 Ogalade Close, Off Ologun Agbeje Street, Victoria Island, Lagos 

list and address of Private hospitals in Victoria Island, Lagos


1. Elite Health Systems
3 Ogalade Close, Victoria Island, Lagos

2. Lakeshore Cancer Center
    14 Amodu Tijani St, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephone:  08099715000 & 0809972500

3. South Shore Women's Clinic Lagos
Address: Plot 1717 Mike Adenuga Close Off, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

4. Paelon Memorial Clinic
22, Musa Yar’Adua Street
Off Kofo Abayomi Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
Nigeria

Telephone
01-290-0844 | 0909-360-8138 Emergency

5. Ideal Eagle Hospital
 Address: Plot 247, Ojora Close, Victoria Island

6. Eye Foundation Hospital
Idowu Taylor St Victoria Island,lagos.

7. FaithCity Hospitals Ltd
 Oju Olobun Close, off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos.

8. Ave Maria Hospital
 Number 52, Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

9. Renaissance Medical
Address: Renaissance Medical Centre
8B, Elsie Femi-Pearse Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Telephone:
0903-076-9633
0809-513-4000
01-761-7023

Email:
info@renaissance-medical.org


10. Military Hospital Lagos
Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi Lagos

11. Saint Nicholas Hosital Clinics
Address: 7b Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island, Lagos.

12. Lagoon Hospitals
Address: Idejo street, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephones
07026892368

13. Reddington Hospital
Address: 12 Idowu Martins street, Victoria Island, Lagos
 Telephone: 01 262 1234

14. Vantage Medical Centre
Address: Plot 10B Fabac Close,
off Ligali Ayorinde Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos State.

15. Premier Specialists Medical Center  

Address: 7 Ogalade Close, Off Ologun Agbeje Street, Victoria Island, Lagos 


1. Unity Hospital
Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja Lagos.

2. Maxivision Eye Hosipital
Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja Lagos

3. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Salvation Rd,Opebi Ikeja lagos

4. Cathem Eye Hospital
Adeniyi Jones Ave, Ikeja lagos

5. Ikeja Medical Center
Behind Alade Market, Off Allen Avenue, Ogunmodede Street, Ikeja.

6. New Ikeja Hospital
 15, Gbajobi St off awolowo way, Ikeja lagos.

7. Arthrimed Specialist Clinic
Address: 10 Ogundana St, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja Lagos

8. Bolanle Specialist Hospital
1,Bolanle Cl, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

9. Cedarcrest Hospitals Limited, Lagos
 25,Harold Sodipo Cresent, Off Joel Ogunnaike Street, GRA Ikeja,

10. The Shepherd Medical Centre
   2, Salvation Rd, Opebi Ikeja lagos

11. Adefemi Hospital Ltd
49. Seriki Aro Ave, Off Obata street, Ikeja.

12. Lagoon Hospital
Balogun Bus Stop, Oyetubo St, Obafemi Owolowo way Ikeja, Lagos.

13. Mother and Child Hospital
39, Adeniyi Jones Ave, ikeja

14. Holy Trinity Hospital
110B, Awolowo way, Ikeja, lagos.

15. The Eko House Hospital
Address:  Maryland, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way Ikeja.

16. De Vine Hospitals
Address. 8 ,Lawal Street, Oregun,Ikeja, Lagos State .

17. Motayo Hospital Limited
Address: 3, Owodunni Street, off Amore Street, off Toyin Street Ikeja lagos.

18. Unity Hospital
Address: 138, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos.

19. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Opebi, Salvation Rd Ikeja.

list and address of private hospitals in ikeja, Lagos state


1. Unity Hospital
Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja Lagos.

2. Maxivision Eye Hosipital
Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja Lagos

3. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Salvation Rd,Opebi Ikeja lagos

4. Cathem Eye Hospital
Adeniyi Jones Ave, Ikeja lagos

5. Ikeja Medical Center
Behind Alade Market, Off Allen Avenue, Ogunmodede Street, Ikeja.

6. New Ikeja Hospital
 15, Gbajobi St off awolowo way, Ikeja lagos.

7. Arthrimed Specialist Clinic
Address: 10 Ogundana St, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja Lagos

8. Bolanle Specialist Hospital
1,Bolanle Cl, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

9. Cedarcrest Hospitals Limited, Lagos
 25,Harold Sodipo Cresent, Off Joel Ogunnaike Street, GRA Ikeja,

10. The Shepherd Medical Centre
   2, Salvation Rd, Opebi Ikeja lagos

11. Adefemi Hospital Ltd
49. Seriki Aro Ave, Off Obata street, Ikeja.

12. Lagoon Hospital
Balogun Bus Stop, Oyetubo St, Obafemi Owolowo way Ikeja, Lagos.

13. Mother and Child Hospital
39, Adeniyi Jones Ave, ikeja

14. Holy Trinity Hospital
110B, Awolowo way, Ikeja, lagos.

15. The Eko House Hospital
Address:  Maryland, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way Ikeja.

16. De Vine Hospitals
Address. 8 ,Lawal Street, Oregun,Ikeja, Lagos State .

17. Motayo Hospital Limited
Address: 3, Owodunni Street, off Amore Street, off Toyin Street Ikeja lagos.

18. Unity Hospital
Address: 138, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos.

19. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Opebi, Salvation Rd Ikeja.

Lagos state aside been the giant and economic nerve center of Nigeria and west Africa, also parades some of the best private heartcare providers in Lagos, Nigeria, from the mainland of Lagos to the Island of Lagos, you will find various Private hospitals in Lagos accredited to deliver quality healthcare services which helps to provide alternative to the Public healthcare delivery been provided by both Federal, State and local government of Nigeria.
Private Hospitals in lagos state, Nigeria


Below are Recordsng.com well resarched list and address of Private hospitals in Lagos, Nigeria.

1. St Nicholas Hospital
Address: 57 Campbell Street
Phone: +234 1 2715466
+234 1 2718691
+234 1 2718693
+234 8022908484
+234 8035251295
Emergencies:
+234 8098209820
E-mail: info@saintnicholashospital.com

2.  Saint Nicholas Hosital Clinics
Address: 7b Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island, Lagos.

Telephone:
+234 1 270  5921/2
+234 1 270  5256

Email Address:
snhclinic@saintnicholashospital.com

3.  parklande hospital
Address: 13, Razaq Balogun Street, Off Adebola Street, Off Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere, Lagos, Lagos.
Telephones:
07045757512  Admin Department
07046051113  Admin Department
07044160004  Nurses
07044160002  Doctors
E-mail: info@parklandespecialist.com

4. R jolad hospitals
Address: 1, Akindele street, New Garage, Gbagada, Lagos State.
Telephone: +234-8023137807, +234-8125990631
E-mail: info@rjolad.com


5. Gold cross Hospitals

GCH BOURDILON
Lagos Island Address: 17B, Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone: 08082094409, 08102634743
email: info@goldcrosshospital.org

GCH IKEJA
Lagos Mainland Address 7B Isaac John St, Ikeja GRA, Lagos, Nigeria
Phone: +234 (1) 4537692
Email: ikeja@goldcrosshospital.org

6. Eko Hospitals
Address: Maryland, 31 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja
Telephone: 01 631 520

7.  Lagoon Hospitals
Address: Idejo street, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephones
APAPA: 09034136452
IKEJA: 07014311342
ADENIYI JONES (Ikeja): 09037508740
VICTORIA ISLAND: 07026892368

 8.  Reddington Hospital
Address: 12 Idowu Martins street, Victoria Island, Lagos
 Telephone: 01 262 1234

9. Vantage Medical Centre
Address: Plot 10B Fabac Close,
off Ligali Ayorinde Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Telephone:  +234012122181, +2348038268243
+2347084358745, +2348066794926
+2347030809081, +2348038426364
10. Blue Cross Hospital
Address: 48 ,Ijaiye Road, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone: 018130047

11.  St. Ives Specialist Hospital

 Address of hospital: Opebi, 12 Salvation Rd, Ikeja Lagos.

12. Premier Specialists Medical Center  

Address: 7 Ogalade Close, Off Ologun Agbeje Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

 13. Ajayi Medical Center

Address: Eleku St Ikorodu Lagos· 0813 415 1468

14. Jobi Hospital
Address: Behind Zenith Bank, Ikorodu, Benson, 12/13 Adeyeri Owuyo St
Directions

15. The Ark Hospital

Address: 52, Kokoro-Abu St · 0808 967 8250

16.  Newgate Hospital

Address: 161 Ikorodu Rd, Lagos
Telephone: 0704 485 3391

17. Newgate Hospital

Address: Ikorodu Roundabout, 53 Lagos Road
0704 485 3391

18: Hopewell Hospital Ltd
Badiru Kassen St
01 295 2195

19. Divine Touch Dental Clinic

Benson, Ikorodu, 1 Ayangburen Rd

20. Oak Hospitals

191, Lagos Road, Agric bustop Ikorodu,
0704 460 4383

21. Aruna Ogun Memorial Specialist Hospital

2/4 Bamimosu street Ipakodo
0802 902 3458

22. Budo Specialist Hospital
Address:  Km 25, Lekki-Epe Express Way, By Peninsula Resort, Ajiwe, Ajah,  Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos State.

23. Lifeline Childrens Hospital
Address: 1A, Augustine Anozie Street, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos.

24. First City Diagnostic Ltd
Plot 3, Jerry Iriabe Str, End of Emeka Nweze Str, By NEPA B/Stop, Off Admiralty Way, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos.

 25. Avon Healthcare Britannia Hospital
Plot No. 13, Block 91, Aliu Animashaun Avenue, Lekki, Phase 1

26. Germaine Hospital
2nd Roundabout, Epe expressway, Lekki, Lagos, Lagos

27. Avon Healthcare Optimal Specialist Hospital Ltd
 9, Gbaja Street, Surulere

28. George's Memorial Medical Center
 Rasheed Alaba Williams Street

29. Shalom Hospital

30. Atlantic Medical Centre
Hospital · 8a Bose Enenmoh Close(Maroko), Off inupa road, Oyinkan Abayomi Drive, Ikoyi, Lagos.

31. Britannia Hospital
Hospital · Aliu Animashaun Ave

32. Vedic Lifecare Hospital

Block 105 Olabanji Olajide Street, BADERINWA ALABI St

33. First City Diagnostic Ltd
Plot 3, Jerry Iriabe Str, End of Emeka Nweze Str, By NEPA B/Stop, Off Admiralty Way, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos, Lagos

34.Eye Foundation Hospital
Isaac John St, Ikeja Lagos.

35. Emel Hospital
      21 Road, Z Close, Festac Town, Lagos.
36. Elite Health Systems
3 Ogalade Close, Victoria Island, Lagos

37. Lakeshore Cancer Center
    14 Amodu Tijani St, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephone:  08099715000 & 0809972500

38. South Shore Women's Clinic Lagos
Address: Plot 1717 Mike Adenuga Close Off, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

39. Paelon Memorial Clinic
22, Musa Yar’Adua Street
Off Kofo Abayomi Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
Nigeria

Telephone
01-290-0844 | 0909-360-8138 Emergency

40. Ideal Eagle Hospital
 Address: Plot 247, Ojora Close, Victoria Island

41. Eye Foundation Hospital
Idowu Taylor St Victoria Island,lagos.

42. FaithCity Hospitals Ltd
 Oju Olobun Close, off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos.

43. Ave Maria Hospital
 Number 52, Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

44. Renaissance Medical
Address: Renaissance Medical Centre
8B, Elsie Femi-Pearse Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Telephone:
0903-076-9633
0809-513-4000
01-761-7023

Email:
info@renaissance-medical.org


45. Military Hospital Lagos
Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi Lagos


46. Unity Hospital
Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja Lagos.

47. Maxivision Eye Hosipital
Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja Lagos

48. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Salvation Rd,Opebi Ikeja lagos

49. Cathem Eye Hospital
Adeniyi Jones Ave, Ikeja lagos

50. Ikeja Medical Center
Behind Alade Market, Off Allen Avenue, Ogunmodede Street, Ikeja.

51. New Ikeja Hospital
 15, Gbajobi St off awolowo way, Ikeja lagos.

52. Arthrimed Specialist Clinic
Address: 10 Ogundana St, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja Lagos

53. Bolanle Specialist Hospital
1,Bolanle Cl, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

54. Cedarcrest Hospitals Limited, Lagos
 25,Harold Sodipo Cresent, Off Joel Ogunnaike Street, GRA Ikeja,

55. The Shepherd Medical Centre
   2, Salvation Rd, Opebi Ikeja lagos

56. Adefemi Hospital Ltd
49. Seriki Aro Ave, Off Obata street, Ikeja.

57. Lagoon Hospital
Balogun Bus Stop, Oyetubo St, Obafemi Owolowo way Ikeja, Lagos.

58. Mother and Child Hospital
39, Adeniyi Jones Ave, ikeja

59. Holy Trinity Hospital
110B, Awolowo way, Ikeja, lagos.

60. The Eko House Hospital
Address:  Maryland, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way Ikeja.

61. De Vine Hospitals
Address. 8 ,Lawal Street, Oregun,Ikeja, Lagos State .

62. Motayo Hospital Limited
Address: 3, Owodunni Street, off Amore Street, off Toyin Street Ikeja lagos.

63. Unity Hospital
Address: 138, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos.


64. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Opebi, Salvation Rd Ikeja. 

list and address of private hospitals in Lagos state, Nigeria

Lagos state aside been the giant and economic nerve center of Nigeria and west Africa, also parades some of the best private heartcare providers in Lagos, Nigeria, from the mainland of Lagos to the Island of Lagos, you will find various Private hospitals in Lagos accredited to deliver quality healthcare services which helps to provide alternative to the Public healthcare delivery been provided by both Federal, State and local government of Nigeria.
Private Hospitals in lagos state, Nigeria


Below are Recordsng.com well resarched list and address of Private hospitals in Lagos, Nigeria.

1. St Nicholas Hospital
Address: 57 Campbell Street
Phone: +234 1 2715466
+234 1 2718691
+234 1 2718693
+234 8022908484
+234 8035251295
Emergencies:
+234 8098209820
E-mail: info@saintnicholashospital.com

2.  Saint Nicholas Hosital Clinics
Address: 7b Etim Inyang Crescent Victoria Island, Lagos.

Telephone:
+234 1 270  5921/2
+234 1 270  5256

Email Address:
snhclinic@saintnicholashospital.com

3.  parklande hospital
Address: 13, Razaq Balogun Street, Off Adebola Street, Off Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere, Lagos, Lagos.
Telephones:
07045757512  Admin Department
07046051113  Admin Department
07044160004  Nurses
07044160002  Doctors
E-mail: info@parklandespecialist.com

4. R jolad hospitals
Address: 1, Akindele street, New Garage, Gbagada, Lagos State.
Telephone: +234-8023137807, +234-8125990631
E-mail: info@rjolad.com


5. Gold cross Hospitals

GCH BOURDILON
Lagos Island Address: 17B, Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone: 08082094409, 08102634743
email: info@goldcrosshospital.org

GCH IKEJA
Lagos Mainland Address 7B Isaac John St, Ikeja GRA, Lagos, Nigeria
Phone: +234 (1) 4537692
Email: ikeja@goldcrosshospital.org

6. Eko Hospitals
Address: Maryland, 31 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja
Telephone: 01 631 520

7.  Lagoon Hospitals
Address: Idejo street, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephones
APAPA: 09034136452
IKEJA: 07014311342
ADENIYI JONES (Ikeja): 09037508740
VICTORIA ISLAND: 07026892368

 8.  Reddington Hospital
Address: 12 Idowu Martins street, Victoria Island, Lagos
 Telephone: 01 262 1234

9. Vantage Medical Centre
Address: Plot 10B Fabac Close,
off Ligali Ayorinde Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Telephone:  +234012122181, +2348038268243
+2347084358745, +2348066794926
+2347030809081, +2348038426364
10. Blue Cross Hospital
Address: 48 ,Ijaiye Road, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Telephone: 018130047

11.  St. Ives Specialist Hospital

 Address of hospital: Opebi, 12 Salvation Rd, Ikeja Lagos.

12. Premier Specialists Medical Center  

Address: 7 Ogalade Close, Off Ologun Agbeje Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

 13. Ajayi Medical Center

Address: Eleku St Ikorodu Lagos· 0813 415 1468

14. Jobi Hospital
Address: Behind Zenith Bank, Ikorodu, Benson, 12/13 Adeyeri Owuyo St
Directions

15. The Ark Hospital

Address: 52, Kokoro-Abu St · 0808 967 8250

16.  Newgate Hospital

Address: 161 Ikorodu Rd, Lagos
Telephone: 0704 485 3391

17. Newgate Hospital

Address: Ikorodu Roundabout, 53 Lagos Road
0704 485 3391

18: Hopewell Hospital Ltd
Badiru Kassen St
01 295 2195

19. Divine Touch Dental Clinic

Benson, Ikorodu, 1 Ayangburen Rd

20. Oak Hospitals

191, Lagos Road, Agric bustop Ikorodu,
0704 460 4383

21. Aruna Ogun Memorial Specialist Hospital

2/4 Bamimosu street Ipakodo
0802 902 3458

22. Budo Specialist Hospital
Address:  Km 25, Lekki-Epe Express Way, By Peninsula Resort, Ajiwe, Ajah,  Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos State.

23. Lifeline Childrens Hospital
Address: 1A, Augustine Anozie Street, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos.

24. First City Diagnostic Ltd
Plot 3, Jerry Iriabe Str, End of Emeka Nweze Str, By NEPA B/Stop, Off Admiralty Way, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos.

 25. Avon Healthcare Britannia Hospital
Plot No. 13, Block 91, Aliu Animashaun Avenue, Lekki, Phase 1

26. Germaine Hospital
2nd Roundabout, Epe expressway, Lekki, Lagos, Lagos

27. Avon Healthcare Optimal Specialist Hospital Ltd
 9, Gbaja Street, Surulere

28. George's Memorial Medical Center
 Rasheed Alaba Williams Street

29. Shalom Hospital

30. Atlantic Medical Centre
Hospital · 8a Bose Enenmoh Close(Maroko), Off inupa road, Oyinkan Abayomi Drive, Ikoyi, Lagos.

31. Britannia Hospital
Hospital · Aliu Animashaun Ave

32. Vedic Lifecare Hospital

Block 105 Olabanji Olajide Street, BADERINWA ALABI St

33. First City Diagnostic Ltd
Plot 3, Jerry Iriabe Str, End of Emeka Nweze Str, By NEPA B/Stop, Off Admiralty Way, Phase 1, Lekki, Lagos, Lagos

34.Eye Foundation Hospital
Isaac John St, Ikeja Lagos.

35. Emel Hospital
      21 Road, Z Close, Festac Town, Lagos.
36. Elite Health Systems
3 Ogalade Close, Victoria Island, Lagos

37. Lakeshore Cancer Center
    14 Amodu Tijani St, Victoria Island Lagos
Telephone:  08099715000 & 0809972500

38. South Shore Women's Clinic Lagos
Address: Plot 1717 Mike Adenuga Close Off, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

39. Paelon Memorial Clinic
22, Musa Yar’Adua Street
Off Kofo Abayomi Street
Victoria Island, Lagos
Nigeria

Telephone
01-290-0844 | 0909-360-8138 Emergency

40. Ideal Eagle Hospital
 Address: Plot 247, Ojora Close, Victoria Island

41. Eye Foundation Hospital
Idowu Taylor St Victoria Island,lagos.

42. FaithCity Hospitals Ltd
 Oju Olobun Close, off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos.

43. Ave Maria Hospital
 Number 52, Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

44. Renaissance Medical
Address: Renaissance Medical Centre
8B, Elsie Femi-Pearse Street
Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Telephone:
0903-076-9633
0809-513-4000
01-761-7023

Email:
info@renaissance-medical.org


45. Military Hospital Lagos
Awolowo Rd, Ikoyi Lagos


46. Unity Hospital
Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja Lagos.

47. Maxivision Eye Hosipital
Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja Lagos

48. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Salvation Rd,Opebi Ikeja lagos

49. Cathem Eye Hospital
Adeniyi Jones Ave, Ikeja lagos

50. Ikeja Medical Center
Behind Alade Market, Off Allen Avenue, Ogunmodede Street, Ikeja.

51. New Ikeja Hospital
 15, Gbajobi St off awolowo way, Ikeja lagos.

52. Arthrimed Specialist Clinic
Address: 10 Ogundana St, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja Lagos

53. Bolanle Specialist Hospital
1,Bolanle Cl, off Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

54. Cedarcrest Hospitals Limited, Lagos
 25,Harold Sodipo Cresent, Off Joel Ogunnaike Street, GRA Ikeja,

55. The Shepherd Medical Centre
   2, Salvation Rd, Opebi Ikeja lagos

56. Adefemi Hospital Ltd
49. Seriki Aro Ave, Off Obata street, Ikeja.

57. Lagoon Hospital
Balogun Bus Stop, Oyetubo St, Obafemi Owolowo way Ikeja, Lagos.

58. Mother and Child Hospital
39, Adeniyi Jones Ave, ikeja

59. Holy Trinity Hospital
110B, Awolowo way, Ikeja, lagos.

60. The Eko House Hospital
Address:  Maryland, Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way Ikeja.

61. De Vine Hospitals
Address. 8 ,Lawal Street, Oregun,Ikeja, Lagos State .

62. Motayo Hospital Limited
Address: 3, Owodunni Street, off Amore Street, off Toyin Street Ikeja lagos.

63. Unity Hospital
Address: 138, Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos.


64. St. Ives Specialist Hospital
Opebi, Salvation Rd Ikeja. 

With the continuing hardship faced by ordinary citizens of Nigeria on a daily basis, it dawned on me that the popular "e go beta" phrase widely used  by Nigerians to console themselves in   the face of failed government promises and economic hardship is far from near.

I grew up in Nigeria where have seen people suffer without hope of a way out,  except through Divine intervention, I grew up in Nigeria seeing old people and family men and women struggle day and night to keep their family going, putting food on the table, struggling to see their kids through school, Never giving up on the possibility of a greater and better Nigeria, where their hopes and aspirations can find fulfillment.

I grew up in a Nigerian society where monthly pay cheque is another hypertensive and brainstorming session  in allocation of of the not too big monthly package, which is barely enough to last families, 80% of them, into the second week of the new month.

I have come to know Nigerian Politicians to be "tieves", atleast a majority of them, with very few exceptions. (#tongues out, #No offence intended, only the guilty should be angry at this simple truth).


 Where every four years they come out to campaign and fish into the brain and deep recess of the minds of vast poor majority of the population, only in this period you will see them leave Abuja and their high offices and come to the slums and ghettos where they have failed to improve the lives of the residents there (So so shameful right? Nah, majority of Naija politicians lack shame, All they see is the money, pride of Offices and the benefits that lays thereof). No wonder at the end of 4 years tenure they keep coming back to seek "buy" votes from people who are now too weak and voiceless to stand up for their right due to excess poverty and lack of food in the stomach, enough to give strength for them to even think of standing up for their right.

Their slave masters "Bad Politicians them" seats and run the lives of many down, until there is no way out, no wonder you find them do and say many insane things just to get and remain in power, Power they are not willing to use for the common good of the masses and for the advancement of Nigeria.

All these past years starting from Independence in 1960 till date, Nigeria and vast majority of Nigerians kept struggling and struggling, and in the end, some win the struggles by running out of Nigeria to a foreign land where there is dignity in labour, respect for human rights, decent wages and rewards for jobs and services, adequate security and provision of basic amenities by governments of these well respected lands "green pastures" believed to be lands of opportunity, while many not too fortunate ones are consumed in this hope and struggles for a better Nigeria.

 No wonder you find great scholars and achievers from Nigerian decent in Europe, America and Asia, this clealy comfirm our industrious nature, our die hard spirit and our unending hope as Nigerians. Given the necessary atmosphere to succeed, we Nigerians can succeed anywhere, even in the sun. (#eyes rolling, #chin drop).

But for the low quality leadership we had experience from when the colonial masters gave us "freedom", Nigeria as not been better off ever since, the sets of leaders we have had are the ones who are there just for the control of power, many themselves are so full of tribalism and don't believe in ONE NIGERIA, but for the "returns" and benefits accruing to them, they too chose to seat back and enjoy the game while it last, (forgetting that one day "the bush meat go catch the hunter"

Somethings many Nigerians have discussed with are left with these believes:

  1.  that most of Nigeria founding fathers Never knew what to do with power 
  2. That they where never ready enough for power (even when they thought they where ready for a take over from Britain)
  3. Too many illiterate in Nigeria, at the time to understand how a system needs to be run, hence a few smart ones and the Britain favourite at the time enjoy certain privileges and in turn Nigeria kept living in a failed system, where credibility and outstanding personalities are replaced by mediocre in the name of "quota system"
  4. Our founders where concern about controlling Regions and central government, hence no concrete plans for a one united Nigeria, making me and many Nigerians alike, feel Nigeria and the people brought together under the same umbrella were never meant to be under same umbrella or even if they are to be, no clear plans for healthy co-existing, best practices that ensures healthy competition among states and proper allocation among states of the federation based on performance, where each states has the power to better its earnings and encouraging others to improve. Not when states are so lazy to make their economy work, but always waiting for manners to drop from the "Ogas at the centers"
  5.  A government without proper records and database of its citizens, how do we expect them to perform, from 1960 till date, no proper bio-metric database capturing the numbers of Nigerians, dead or alive, its like running a blind race not knowing what the needs and demands of Mr. A or Mrs. C are. Without proper records and good projections very little can be done. No wonder politics is brought into every issues bothering on welfare.
Lastly (lastly for the sake of this post, cos the problems and questions are endless), Where did we got it all wrong as Nigerians?

  • Is this the same Country where Dollar to Naira exchange was ones decent 
  • Is it the same Nigeria we were told, after school the government will "dash" you jobs (How have will failed to create decent jobs and have come to this shameful state of high unemployment)
  • We grew up been sanction on need for strong moral values ( how did we get here? where stealing public funds is now a thing of pride, where indiscriminate taking of lives is now a common thing, where bribery and corruption is the order of the day, where individuals are ready to do anything, I mean anything just to be ahead in the "game". By game I mean all things reflective of unethical means, corruption, and all societal ills.
  • How did we get here? how did the standards keep getting lowered? how is Nigeria, left to bleed this much with no hopes for a Positive turnaround any time soon?


 RECOMMENDATIONS. and on a lither and funny note:

Remember the adage, "He who fights and run away, lives to fight another day"

My recommendation for the youth from this present mess is RUN. by run, I mean run as far as you can from Nigeria (I know some will be quick to judge me at this point for not been patriotic or tell me "No Place like home", but what's a home when its made to look like hell,Well I respect your opinion, but hope you see little reasons with me here)

When I mean run, I mean raise funds for yourself, do something positive like get a foreign education, foreign exposure, network with people from great places, with view of building a honest, truthful and good relationship that can be mutually benefiting to you and the person.

Stop been deceive by not taking the chance to make a move when it presents itself, after all, these "So so good politicians them" all send their kids abroad to gain western Education and exposure and in turn they come back to Nigeria to Lord of Us, so the simply way Out this issue is not violence, because they are better position in terms of resources, they way out is,Be be better, strive to be a better you daily, reach for great heights and stop been limited by the circumstances of your birth, brace up, learn to build from humble beginnings to defile all odds (all odds doesn't include yahoo yahoo or ritual ***seriously).

In all you do, be on the legal side of the law.

Let Us Pray and keep hope alive, Nigeria can still be great, if we all work towards it.


 Comments and discussions welcome, Add your say, use the comment box and don't forget to share.





































































































  

Opinion- Nigeria,how did we get here

With the continuing hardship faced by ordinary citizens of Nigeria on a daily basis, it dawned on me that the popular "e go beta" phrase widely used  by Nigerians to console themselves in   the face of failed government promises and economic hardship is far from near.

I grew up in Nigeria where have seen people suffer without hope of a way out,  except through Divine intervention, I grew up in Nigeria seeing old people and family men and women struggle day and night to keep their family going, putting food on the table, struggling to see their kids through school, Never giving up on the possibility of a greater and better Nigeria, where their hopes and aspirations can find fulfillment.

I grew up in a Nigerian society where monthly pay cheque is another hypertensive and brainstorming session  in allocation of of the not too big monthly package, which is barely enough to last families, 80% of them, into the second week of the new month.

I have come to know Nigerian Politicians to be "tieves", atleast a majority of them, with very few exceptions. (#tongues out, #No offence intended, only the guilty should be angry at this simple truth).


 Where every four years they come out to campaign and fish into the brain and deep recess of the minds of vast poor majority of the population, only in this period you will see them leave Abuja and their high offices and come to the slums and ghettos where they have failed to improve the lives of the residents there (So so shameful right? Nah, majority of Naija politicians lack shame, All they see is the money, pride of Offices and the benefits that lays thereof). No wonder at the end of 4 years tenure they keep coming back to seek "buy" votes from people who are now too weak and voiceless to stand up for their right due to excess poverty and lack of food in the stomach, enough to give strength for them to even think of standing up for their right.

Their slave masters "Bad Politicians them" seats and run the lives of many down, until there is no way out, no wonder you find them do and say many insane things just to get and remain in power, Power they are not willing to use for the common good of the masses and for the advancement of Nigeria.

All these past years starting from Independence in 1960 till date, Nigeria and vast majority of Nigerians kept struggling and struggling, and in the end, some win the struggles by running out of Nigeria to a foreign land where there is dignity in labour, respect for human rights, decent wages and rewards for jobs and services, adequate security and provision of basic amenities by governments of these well respected lands "green pastures" believed to be lands of opportunity, while many not too fortunate ones are consumed in this hope and struggles for a better Nigeria.

 No wonder you find great scholars and achievers from Nigerian decent in Europe, America and Asia, this clealy comfirm our industrious nature, our die hard spirit and our unending hope as Nigerians. Given the necessary atmosphere to succeed, we Nigerians can succeed anywhere, even in the sun. (#eyes rolling, #chin drop).

But for the low quality leadership we had experience from when the colonial masters gave us "freedom", Nigeria as not been better off ever since, the sets of leaders we have had are the ones who are there just for the control of power, many themselves are so full of tribalism and don't believe in ONE NIGERIA, but for the "returns" and benefits accruing to them, they too chose to seat back and enjoy the game while it last, (forgetting that one day "the bush meat go catch the hunter"

Somethings many Nigerians have discussed with are left with these believes:

  1.  that most of Nigeria founding fathers Never knew what to do with power 
  2. That they where never ready enough for power (even when they thought they where ready for a take over from Britain)
  3. Too many illiterate in Nigeria, at the time to understand how a system needs to be run, hence a few smart ones and the Britain favourite at the time enjoy certain privileges and in turn Nigeria kept living in a failed system, where credibility and outstanding personalities are replaced by mediocre in the name of "quota system"
  4. Our founders where concern about controlling Regions and central government, hence no concrete plans for a one united Nigeria, making me and many Nigerians alike, feel Nigeria and the people brought together under the same umbrella were never meant to be under same umbrella or even if they are to be, no clear plans for healthy co-existing, best practices that ensures healthy competition among states and proper allocation among states of the federation based on performance, where each states has the power to better its earnings and encouraging others to improve. Not when states are so lazy to make their economy work, but always waiting for manners to drop from the "Ogas at the centers"
  5.  A government without proper records and database of its citizens, how do we expect them to perform, from 1960 till date, no proper bio-metric database capturing the numbers of Nigerians, dead or alive, its like running a blind race not knowing what the needs and demands of Mr. A or Mrs. C are. Without proper records and good projections very little can be done. No wonder politics is brought into every issues bothering on welfare.
Lastly (lastly for the sake of this post, cos the problems and questions are endless), Where did we got it all wrong as Nigerians?

  • Is this the same Country where Dollar to Naira exchange was ones decent 
  • Is it the same Nigeria we were told, after school the government will "dash" you jobs (How have will failed to create decent jobs and have come to this shameful state of high unemployment)
  • We grew up been sanction on need for strong moral values ( how did we get here? where stealing public funds is now a thing of pride, where indiscriminate taking of lives is now a common thing, where bribery and corruption is the order of the day, where individuals are ready to do anything, I mean anything just to be ahead in the "game". By game I mean all things reflective of unethical means, corruption, and all societal ills.
  • How did we get here? how did the standards keep getting lowered? how is Nigeria, left to bleed this much with no hopes for a Positive turnaround any time soon?


 RECOMMENDATIONS. and on a lither and funny note:

Remember the adage, "He who fights and run away, lives to fight another day"

My recommendation for the youth from this present mess is RUN. by run, I mean run as far as you can from Nigeria (I know some will be quick to judge me at this point for not been patriotic or tell me "No Place like home", but what's a home when its made to look like hell,Well I respect your opinion, but hope you see little reasons with me here)

When I mean run, I mean raise funds for yourself, do something positive like get a foreign education, foreign exposure, network with people from great places, with view of building a honest, truthful and good relationship that can be mutually benefiting to you and the person.

Stop been deceive by not taking the chance to make a move when it presents itself, after all, these "So so good politicians them" all send their kids abroad to gain western Education and exposure and in turn they come back to Nigeria to Lord of Us, so the simply way Out this issue is not violence, because they are better position in terms of resources, they way out is,Be be better, strive to be a better you daily, reach for great heights and stop been limited by the circumstances of your birth, brace up, learn to build from humble beginnings to defile all odds (all odds doesn't include yahoo yahoo or ritual ***seriously).

In all you do, be on the legal side of the law.

Let Us Pray and keep hope alive, Nigeria can still be great, if we all work towards it.


 Comments and discussions welcome, Add your say, use the comment box and don't forget to share.





































































































  

Name: Adekunle Gold
Real Name: Adekunle Kosoko
Date of Birth:1980's 
State of Birth: Lagos State
State of Origin: Lagos State.
Occupation:Music artist,songwriter,graphic artist.

Introduction: 
Orente hit maker , Adekunle Kosoko, popularly known by His stage name, Adekunle Gold, is a Nigerian musician, whose genre of music as been referred to as urban high life, with a little infusion of pop.
Picture: Adekunle Gold
Picture: Adekunle Gold Photo Credit: YBNL


He made his debut in the Nigerian music scene with the release of his well accepted hit singles "Sade" which was released in 2014 and "Orente" under Olamide Music recording label, YBNL Nation, following his official signing to the record label on 5th march, 2015.

The song "Sade" which enjoyed lots of positive reviews from music lovers and critics alike, also enjoyed massive radio and television plays during this period.

His follow up release "Orente" which tells a story of love, was finally able to distinguished Adekunle Gold style of music, which he claims is largely influenced by his language Knowledge of English, Yoruba and Pidgin English, the artist in an interview with Pulse.ng acknowledge his knowledge of these language was a major influence and selling point, which makes his sound to reckon with the street, appealing to both the young and Old alike.

Other hit songs from Adekunle Gold are "Pick Up" (Released in 2015) a song on how he/his fans do desires to move up the ladder to be among the wealthy people in the society and more recently in 2016 he released his latest studio work, song titled "Ready".

Early Life and Music Background:
  
Born to the Family of Mr. and Mrs. Kosoko, a royal family in Lagos, Adekunle Gold grew up in the city of Lagos, where he had his early and secondary education, after which he attended Lagos State Polytechnic, where he holds a Higher National Diploma, HND in Arts and Design.

His early influence in music according to the music artist has been King Sunny Ade and Evangelist Ebeneezer Obe. these two influenced him in joining the teen choir of his church after singing along to evergreen songs from these legendary music artist. He wrote his first song at the age of 15.
Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Gold

 He was a member of the defunct music group, "The Bridge" with fellow friend Seyikeyz, the duo of Adekunle Gold and fellow band member Seyikeyz had in 2010, released 3 song titled "Norm Breaker" which featured former EME music boy, Skales, "No sleeping on a bicycle" "All of me" cover of John Legend song. 

Adekunle after a successful music learning and mastering period under "The Bridge"  music band, finally went on a Solo career in 2013, when he released his first song as a solo artist,titled "Let it Stop" a music composition on the need for peace in Nigeria.

His music career has since taken a new dimension and upward growth following his signing to the YBNL Nation, music recording label.

Aside music, Adekunle Gold is a proficient Graphic artist, who at some point worked on professional jobs such as logo design for YBNL Nation, Cover design of One Direction's "Story of my life" song and funny and yet interesting was an edited Photoshop image of him hugging Popular female music artist Tiwa Savage from behind, which went viral on instagram in 2013 and making him a social figure and added to his fan base.  

On how he got signed to Olamide YBNL Nation, Adekunle Gold In an interview revealed to pulse.ng how it all started:


“I have been working with Olamide, I designed the YBNL logo, I have done a couple of designs for the label before I got signed." Adekunle revealed.
“When I dropped Sade, Olamide apparently liked it, and the whole YBNL crew liked it. So he called me and said he really liked my sound, and didn’t want it to change, that he would love to work with me. “I didn’t see it coming, I didn’t lobby for it, I didn’t do anything, I didn’t think about it at all.” 

Awards and Endorsement  


  • Won the beat of Lagos Award in 2015
  • Won Best alternative song category in 2015 Headies award.
  • Nominated for the most promising Act of the year 2015, at Celebrity and lifestyle magazine awards; The city People entertainment award.  


Adekunle Gold biography, Nigerian music artist Profile, songs

Name: Adekunle Gold
Real Name: Adekunle Kosoko
Date of Birth:1980's 
State of Birth: Lagos State
State of Origin: Lagos State.
Occupation:Music artist,songwriter,graphic artist.

Introduction: 
Orente hit maker , Adekunle Kosoko, popularly known by His stage name, Adekunle Gold, is a Nigerian musician, whose genre of music as been referred to as urban high life, with a little infusion of pop.
Picture: Adekunle Gold
Picture: Adekunle Gold Photo Credit: YBNL


He made his debut in the Nigerian music scene with the release of his well accepted hit singles "Sade" which was released in 2014 and "Orente" under Olamide Music recording label, YBNL Nation, following his official signing to the record label on 5th march, 2015.

The song "Sade" which enjoyed lots of positive reviews from music lovers and critics alike, also enjoyed massive radio and television plays during this period.

His follow up release "Orente" which tells a story of love, was finally able to distinguished Adekunle Gold style of music, which he claims is largely influenced by his language Knowledge of English, Yoruba and Pidgin English, the artist in an interview with Pulse.ng acknowledge his knowledge of these language was a major influence and selling point, which makes his sound to reckon with the street, appealing to both the young and Old alike.

Other hit songs from Adekunle Gold are "Pick Up" (Released in 2015) a song on how he/his fans do desires to move up the ladder to be among the wealthy people in the society and more recently in 2016 he released his latest studio work, song titled "Ready".

Early Life and Music Background:
  
Born to the Family of Mr. and Mrs. Kosoko, a royal family in Lagos, Adekunle Gold grew up in the city of Lagos, where he had his early and secondary education, after which he attended Lagos State Polytechnic, where he holds a Higher National Diploma, HND in Arts and Design.

His early influence in music according to the music artist has been King Sunny Ade and Evangelist Ebeneezer Obe. these two influenced him in joining the teen choir of his church after singing along to evergreen songs from these legendary music artist. He wrote his first song at the age of 15.
Adekunle Gold
Adekunle Gold

 He was a member of the defunct music group, "The Bridge" with fellow friend Seyikeyz, the duo of Adekunle Gold and fellow band member Seyikeyz had in 2010, released 3 song titled "Norm Breaker" which featured former EME music boy, Skales, "No sleeping on a bicycle" "All of me" cover of John Legend song. 

Adekunle after a successful music learning and mastering period under "The Bridge"  music band, finally went on a Solo career in 2013, when he released his first song as a solo artist,titled "Let it Stop" a music composition on the need for peace in Nigeria.

His music career has since taken a new dimension and upward growth following his signing to the YBNL Nation, music recording label.

Aside music, Adekunle Gold is a proficient Graphic artist, who at some point worked on professional jobs such as logo design for YBNL Nation, Cover design of One Direction's "Story of my life" song and funny and yet interesting was an edited Photoshop image of him hugging Popular female music artist Tiwa Savage from behind, which went viral on instagram in 2013 and making him a social figure and added to his fan base.  

On how he got signed to Olamide YBNL Nation, Adekunle Gold In an interview revealed to pulse.ng how it all started:


“I have been working with Olamide, I designed the YBNL logo, I have done a couple of designs for the label before I got signed." Adekunle revealed.
“When I dropped Sade, Olamide apparently liked it, and the whole YBNL crew liked it. So he called me and said he really liked my sound, and didn’t want it to change, that he would love to work with me. “I didn’t see it coming, I didn’t lobby for it, I didn’t do anything, I didn’t think about it at all.” 

Awards and Endorsement  


  • Won the beat of Lagos Award in 2015
  • Won Best alternative song category in 2015 Headies award.
  • Nominated for the most promising Act of the year 2015, at Celebrity and lifestyle magazine awards; The city People entertainment award.  



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