Chinedu Izuchukwu Okoli, popularly known as Flavour N’abania, is in the news again, this time, not for his music but for giving back to the society. The singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and performer donated a set of musical instruments to his home church; Church of God Mission, Enugu. Flavour has come a long way from his humble beginning as a drummer in that church, never dreaming that it was the start of a music career that would bring him global fame and fortune.
Speaking on his journey thus far, he said, “I thank God for putting me in a position to touch lives with my music. As you know, the road to success is never easy, yet with faith, hope, determination, and resilience, it is really possible to achieve your dreams, goals, and ambitions.”
Going down memory lane, he said, “It was a pleasure going to thanksgiving service at my church, Church of God Mission, Enugu; where my love and passion for music grew from.”
Expressing his heartfelt thanks, he concluded, “I am grateful that I can now show and extend my gratitude to my church family.” (The Nation)