The management of female drummer, Aralola Olumuyiwa, widely known as Ara, has refuted claims that she has returned to former label, Atunda Entertainment.
The story of Ara’s return to the platform owned by Otunba Wanle Akinboboye was reported in a national daily on Sunday, June 18. However, a press release signed by Ara’s manager and publicist, Kanbi Owolabi, describes the report as false.
“There was no time ARA, Nigeria’s sensational talking female drummer returned back to the stable of Otunba Wanle Akinboboye owned Atunda Entertainment as stated in the report. Ara’s contract expired in 2007 and she has since moved on.
“Ara remains an independent artiste and the story falsely misled and misdirect the attention of the growing fans, associates, clients and international bodies that are associated to ARA in different parts of the world,” the statement reads.
It further emphasized that Ara never performed alongside any artistes by names Anu, The Lady Ekwu and Olomidan Bata at any formal launch of Motherland Beckons Ethiopian destination, Al Nejash/Lalibela.
The statement further enjoins Ara’s publics, home and abroad, to disregard the report of a return to Atunda Entertainment in its entirety.
According to Mr. Owolabi proper communication on how to secure Ara’s service(s) would be deployed very soon.