Yoruba actor Ijebu loses dad, says he visited him just few days ago

Yoruba actor Ijebu loses dad, says he visited him just few days ago

- Nollywood actor Ijebu has announced the death of his father Pa Kolawole Amokade

- The actor while sharing the heartbreaking news said he visited him just some days ago

- Friends, colleagues and fans have sympathized with him on the loss

Nollywood movie star Olatayo Amokade popularly known as Ijebu, has taken to social media to share a heartbreaking news with his fans and followers.

The talented comic actor announced the death of his father, Pa Kolawole Amokade.

Mourning the loss of his parent, Ijebu shared a throwback video of his visit to his dad just a few days ago before his demise.

In the video, father and son along with some unidentified parities were happily singing for the camera.

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"Some days ago when we all pay him a visit...RIP dad. Good night daddy," his caption read.

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Reacting to the heartbreaking announcement, fans and colleagues of the movie star were spotted in his comment section sympathizing with him.

Read some comments below:

adediwurablarkgold: "Ba Funbi may your rest in peace"

mercyebosele: "May his soul rest in perfect peace"

semilorepweety: "May his soul rest in perfect peace"

jiganbabaoja: "Rest in perfect peace bafunbi"

mustiphasholagbade: "May Allah be pleased with him"

jideawobona: "Aww, Rest On Baba"

May God grant his family the strength to bear the fortitude of the loss.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Former BBNaija housemate Nina mourned her late dad after sharing the news of his demise. In a post shared on her Twitter page, the former reality TV game show star stated that she couldn't hold it in anymore and that the loss was too much for her to handle.

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