Good day, My name is Felix aka the Radio Noisemaker,

the head of the NoiseDepartment.

And you are welcome to the Exclusive interview with Radio Noisemaker.

Can we meet you?
Ans:  I Am Seyi Senzino I am an  upcoming music artist.

i resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Originally from Nigerian




2) How can you describe your childhood background and how did it
shape your music career?
Ans: My Childhood background really had nothing to do with my music
career because music was a thing I just started about three years ago and
until the I would have never thought I would one day be doing it.


3) Everyone believes he has a talent, sometimes it is music. Why did you
choose music?
Ans: Music started as just a hobby for me and it was just something, I
have fun with when it all started, till I realize



4) Tell us about your music?
Ans: Music for me is an uttermost form of expression for me. I just
consciously put an effort to make sure I am expression truth.


5) Your New Single category 3, tell us about it.?
Ans: Category 3 signifying the father, son and holy spirit is a song that
explains the necessity of God to the every and any listener. It also

depicts the severity of having Christ in our lives as anything we do
outside him amounts to nothing on the day of his return which is fast


6) How and where do you draw your inspiration from?
Ans: I try my best to make use of my circumstances both positive and
negative. Most times I just listen to a beat over and over till I perceive
the emotion the beat is trying to convey, then I write in terms of that




7) Why do you choose gospel as your style of music?
Ans: I am a Christian, so I have a standard to upheld which is to glorify
God in everything and anything I find myself doing. So, I am just trying
to live up to said expectations.



8) As an artiste, who do you look to in terms of your style?
Ans: In terms of creativity, I listen to every song and any song I can find
and try to learn from what people do especially those that are already
successful in the path and starting to walk in.




9) You are a Nigerian, I believe; but exposed to a foreign world, how
has this helped your music career?

Ans: One obvious aspect would be in the enunciationS of the English
language and been exposed to things other your norms and traditions
further widens your grasp of life and gives you a better perspective of
life itself.




10) What are the highs and lows since you started music?
Ans: Well as an independent upcoming artist, there hasn’t been any
highs per say, just a whole lot of lows but through persistence and
consistency, my highs are about to roll in.

D tori wey I wan yarn una today na about Sahara Reporters Publisher and AAC’s presidential candidate,
Yemi Sowore wey we get the exclusive opportunity to interview based on him aspirations at d
forthcoming election, fight for d rights of d people and why him know say na d best man to move Nigeria
Wen he start him speech, he talk say Nigeria don gain from d democratic government wey we dey
experience since 1999 but corruption don render this peace useless.


Mr.Sowore torch light some of d key issues wey dey affect us as a nation including unemployment, poor
state of d economy, and Boko Haram destruction for north as d major gbege we get for Nigeria.
He come identify d main reason for this condition as d leaders dey corrupt and no even dey concerned
with d welfare of d people bit na yo dey make d money wey dem spend during election in hundredfold.
Sowore talk say because him dey speak against corruption, say plenty people don stop to dey associate
with am.
He come refer us to d time wen him dey University of Lagos where he dey fight against cultism and even
authority for school lie on top him head say him sef get him cult known as ‘Authority Confraternity’ dat
time and even d government send gangs make dem kill am dat time.


Furthermore, he remind us of d time wey him expose d cabal for President Yar’adua government and
when Jonathan become president people talk say he dey work for am. Na until dem see say Sahara
Reporters b front liners during d 2015 election election
before dem stop to dey lie.
On a final note,we ask am about him assessment of other Nigerians like Kingsley Moghalu and Fela
Durotoye wey be fellow candidates in this election. Sowore come talk say him dey pleased with the
participation of young Nigerians in politics


We go air the interview for una on Tuesday

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How did you develop the passion for cooking?

It has  always been in me I just did not notice it, I use to hate cooking
with my mum, whenever she says funmi let’s go to the kitchen I always get
angry, but I went to school and I took two classes that involved in
cooking, which was food&nutrition and catering, I was like give it a chance
funmi and since then, I realized how much I love cooking and eating.

Tell us the idea behind Lagos Chop?

Mmm lagoschop, it all started my first year in Canada, I was in the
hostel and will always cook for my friends, then I will actually call
people to come to eat at my place after cooking, I still do and one day a
friend said since you like cooking why don’t you turn this into a business,
I was like okay I will think about it. And a year later I decided to create
lagoschop and the name was chosen among tons of names .

How has been the journey creating a brand for yourself?

firstly creating a brand is not an easy thing, you need God to say YES to
you first then you can proceed and after that are your challenges, creating
awareness and all the thing you have to do to make your brand grow, but
it’s been God and thanks to my friends and families for their support.
Sometimes I just want to give up but when I think of all that has been put
in I just need to keep going. But yeah it’s been quite a journey

 As an entrepreneur, have there been challenges?

Oh yes a lot of challenges, the very first one getting your brand out
there like I said earlier it’s a roller coaster journey you have to be

Being a Chief Chef in Canada, why Canada?

Hmmm about that I am still not a chief chef I am getting there though,
initially I came here to study nursing and the idea of cooking came while I
was studying nursing so it was not planned.

How did you feel being the official food services at YCEE tour in Canada?

Great it was an honor, even though it was a last minute thing but it was
great I wasn’t the only one I had the support of  My team


    What are your values in life?

 My values honestly its just having a good life a life that glorifies
God, focusing on my studies and my career. I mean these things are really
important to me right now.

   Do you believe in giving back to the society?

Of course, I believe in giving back to the society you know this reminds
me of when I was Still thinking of becoming a nurse I use to say to my self
I will treat everyone that comes to my clinic and give free drugs to people
that can’t afford them but yeah I still have a similar idea in my head I
intend to do a lot for the society when I make it bigger 

Apart from Cooking do you have any other passion or skills?

Yes, i can EAT I love eating, that’s a passion right lol, I love music,  I
know how to make hair, people say I can dance too. That’s it I guess.

  Who is your best Naija Entertainer?

My best entertainer will be Music wise I love Banky W, kiss Daniel
comedy I love bovi and movie Mercy Johnson.

   Advice to youths who wants to chase a dream in life?

My advice: start now and do not allow anyone I mean anyone tell you it’s
an easy journey and don’t be afraid to fall as a matter of fact you have to
fall to be able to rise up. You will be down so many times and it’s okay to
cry but just focus on the last f-stop, that’s where you are going, and
above all put your trust in God.

 Thanks for your time. It’s a really amazing talking to you.

My pleasure

I am Funmi Osatuyi by name  21 years old,
a culinary student
from the city of Vancouver Canada.


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    Good morning Sir, It’s good to have you this morning on Pidgin Radio.
Hanging out with Felix. Can you tell us about yourself?

  1. Response: Good Morning Felix. My name is Samson Oki Olatunji. I am born to
    the Family of Mr and Mrs Oki Ayila. My mum is from Sierra Leone while my
    dad is from Ondo state, Nigeria. We are all boys, four in number.
    Unfortunately, no girl in the family. All attempts to get a female child
    even after my birth were futile. Instead, we had another boy. We are
    Soldiers in my family( Smiles). All boys and no girl. I went to early
    nursery school run by white teachers. I attended Victoria Island Primary
    School and Chroma College, Victoria Island for Primary and Secondary
    Education respectively. I proceeded to the Lagos State University ( LASU),
    and obtained B.S.C in Accounting. Afterwards, I did some professional
    courses in Drama and Media.

What is growing up like for?

  1. Growing up for me was fun and beautiful. We were not poor and we were not
    like the Dangote’s of today ( Smiles) but we were comfortable and contented
    with what we have. We could eat whatever we want. We dress fine and clean.
    We hardly hangout because my mum was used to the house. We had the
    Christian and moral values which was instilled in us by our parents.
    Many have said, including my parents that I was always frowning at when the
    younger children are punished especially by flogging and spanking. Since I
    was young, I couldn’t control my feelings by telling the elderly person to
    stop the act. I never liked the idea of spanking children. I discovered
    that many children are abused and the sight of it infuriates me. I believe
    there were some other ways to train a child. Sometimes, body language might
    help to caution a child in public. I believe much spankings may lead to
    abuse, especially the female children.

Question 3
Presently, You spearhead the TREK Magazine. Can you tell what it is about?

  1. After graduation from the university, I started working in the bank. At one
    point, I felt that the job was taking my time. I had to leave home very
    early for work and return late. I started thinking of having my own
    business where I will have ample time to do some things for myself. In
    fact, the spirit of entrepreneurship runs in the family. I resigned from my
    banking job to run my own venture. I started thinking of what to do. I knew
    I had flair for writing, it even earned me an A in Literature during high
    school. I also had flair for pictures especially beautiful images. I made
    up my mind to go into media. I love entertainment as well as its news and
    gists. I later settled for a media and entertainment industry. This led to
    the establishment of MCKINGGS media in 2011. The name is significant both
    as individual and according to my faith ( Christianity). I love putting God
    first in all I do. The MCKINGGS Media Production came into being. Our focus
    was to run a regular media company where we do publication magazine,
    coverage of events, photography, video production and most importantly,
    Content Development and creative idea generation. After 2 years of
    operation, we decided to launch our own magazine where stories and pictures
    will be seen. Since it’s a big market
  2. Since it is a big market and many are already involved, we wanted to be
    different from others. After thinking and many researches, we discovered we
    could carve a niche for ourselves with passion of advocacy for abuse of
    human persons especially women. We planned to advocate for the female
    gender through our magazine. Since it was a movement, we got the name ‘
    trek’ which means moving against vices. We called the magazine ” TREK
    Magazine “.
    Today Trek Magazine has become one of the leading magazine 

Question 4

As an entrepreneur, what are the challenges you face in the course of your

  1. Since we were trying to correct the perception of the society about women,
    we faced challenges because it was more of a public relations job. The
    first challenge was that we published many copies of the magazine which
    were not being bought by people. The magazine had 32 pages but later
    increased to 64 pages or thereabout. It was difficult selling to market
    women. They wanted it for free. Also, some of the personalities were
    difficult to book an interview with. The greatest challenge was funds
    because I had to pay bills, salaries and other renumerations. Some of the
    personalities who would grant us interviews will promise to encourage us
    with a token or even advert. But in the long run, they didn’t encourage us
    in terms of finances.

    Trek Magazine was growing fast and we had access to many places such as

    Enugu. We met a lot of dignitaries such as the wives of the different state

    governors in the counrmtry as well as Senator Oluremi Tinubu. We did a

    story about her and her contributions to nation building during and after

    the tenure of his husband, the then Executive Governor of Lagos State, Bola


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