If I am not mistaken, this is a 2002 tape of islamic Yoruba music from Lagos. I bought this tape in Dalston Market in London, from a miserable looking stall. The cassettes were litteraly covered in earth, but under the plastic they were brand new and in perfect condition (did the earth protect them from the sun?).
Since the music doesn't stop in between the songs and the beat stays the same, I made only two files ─ one fer each side. The tracks are:
A2. Gbese Oni Wole Tomi
A3. Allah Ya Allah
A4. Foriji Mi
B2. Iwo Baba Iwo Momo
B3. Moni Allah Nile
B4. A O Maa Kirun
Below are videos of El-Hadj Wasiu Kayode As-Sideeq (who I suppose to be the singer on side A) and Alfa Qamardeen Yusuff aka Ayeloyun (side B).