Eniola Adedeji, aka DJ Enimoney the older brother of Olamide by one year, talked to Sunday Scoop in an interview on Wednesday, about how hard things have been for him since his mother’s passing.
He stated that things have not been easy since their mother passed on. He said, “I miss my mother a lot as she was my source of inspiration. I wish she was here to celebrate my birthday with me. She always told me that things would be okay. Even though she is dead, I still feel she is still with me at all times. We don’t have parents again (their father died years ago) but God. I was sleeping when my elder sister called to break the news of my mother’s death.”
Talking about the surprise birthday party held for him he stated, “I felt great, especially with the surprise birthday party. This was my first surprise party. I was deceived and taken away from my house for hours. Though I thank God for where I am at the moment and I am overwhelmed with the love I get from people, I still feel I have a lot to do. ”
Enimoney has admitted that he thought of quitting his career as a disc jockey. He studied Computer Engineering at Lagos City Polytechnic and contemplated working with his certificate. He added, “When God says it is your time, then it is. When it is not your time, you can do many things at the same time and nothing will work out for you. There were times I thought of quitting disc-jockeying for a white-collar job. I was troubled and confused. Where I am today is just a stepping stone to where I am headed to. I know God has big plans for me. And since I became a father, I have been inspired to work harder.”
He spoke about his tour, “My tour is also going well even though there are some challenges. People need to look out for our new TV station, Voice Of The Streets (VOTS).”
He finally acknowledged his brother’s impact on his career, he said, “Olamide has been supportive of my career and he made me who I am today. I thank God too because if He doesn’t want people to help you, it will not happen.”