Meca leaves Owerri with ‘sweet memories’

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Hot 99.5 FM Owerri presenter, OB Fado has hailed United States based Meca on the song ‘If you sexy’, saying “It is a wonderful song”
Fado made the statement when Meca visited the station as part of his promotional tour in Imo State, during a visit to his home town, Naze in Owerri North LGA for the Easter break.

Meca who confessed that he is a scientist by day and a musician by night back in states, was quick to admit that women inspired the two singles he has ‘Say yea’ and ‘If you sexy’.
He was also lucky to get thumbs up from fans who called in during the interview to say he has a good song unlike the blasting some artistes get when they are live on air.
Earlier, Meca was at Orient TV Owerri for an appearance on O’town Magic where he said  he would be going back to the states with experiences of love,  Ofe Owerri, and other delicacies that are rarely found in USA.
“We have Ofe Owerri and most others here over there in the states, but the taste here is so different and I must say that I have enjoyed a lot of them coupled with the love my people have shown me down here” He said.
Meca wrapped everything up with a performance at Star Nite, having come in with a late arrangement.
After his performance, he thanked Owerri people for the love shown to him, promising to keep representing the town back in New Jersey where he is based.
“I thank the organizers of Star Nite for this great opportunity to perform and I’ll love to do this again whenever I’m back in Nigeria”
Although fatigue of the day’s tour has caught up with him, Meca still put up a splendid performance and to him, music is music, a stage is a stage no matter where.
He would be heading to Abuja for other radio and TV interviews with memories of wonderful time in Owerri.

Meca with Pluto at Orient TV Owerri

Hardy, CEO O’town Gist, Pluto of Orient TV’s O’town Magic  and Meca after the interview at the station

Meca on stage at Star Nite

Meca dancing with Ms Zoe

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