Oliver De Coque
RIP (14/04/1947 - 21/06/2008)
Musician

Chief Dr. Oliver Sunday Akanite, Popularly referred to as Oliver De Coque (April 14, 1947 – June 21, 2008) was a Nigerian highlife musician and guitarist, he recorded more than 73 albums to his credit making him the most popular Highlife king of Africa, his music band group are known as ogene sound super of Africa, which blended modern high life and traditional Igbo music.

His music paints a picture of the affluence enjoyed by the igbo's of nigeria whereby he calls out various names of wealthy igbo men and their native titles acknowledging their accomplishments.

He started playing music at the age of 17 with Ekpili. Oliver De Coque hailed from Ezinifite, Nnewi South Local Government Area, Anambra State Nigeria. His greatest hits are People's club of nigeria, Otimkpu and Mbiri ka mbiri.

Nominated by Afam Nnaji

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