Saxophone, talking drum, three and a half size bed, wall hanger with pairs of shirts and trousers to match. The room is simple but mighty. Fela’s thought provoking lyrics had come out of this room.

Born into affluence but chose a commoner’s life. His song reflected his politics. What he did not know how to act was pretense. He lived and died for what he believed and at 77 posthumously though, the world celebrates Olufela Oludotun Kuti, popularly known as Fela 

What made him thick is still in his room 18 years after.