Life has ended abruptly for young and promising on-air-personality (OAP), Stephen Sotanwa, aka Sweet Steve who passed away after being involved in a fatal road accident.
The OAP with Akure-based Orange FM died after his car was involved in an accident with a Hilux van on the Akure-Ondo road.
According to reports, the accident also led to several people being injured. The terrible news has led to Nigerians taking to social media to mourn the talented comedian and media personality.
Many of them had nothing but glowing words for the rising star as they wished he had lived longer to be one of the top dogs in the entertainment industry.
See some comments about Sweet Steve’s passing below:
Waju Akin Emmanuel wrote: "Olufemi! Stephen! Sotonwa! I wish I wouldn't embrace this fact about your passing...I wish this were nothing but a dream...but you're gone, bro and the news is incredible! Adieu, SweetSteve! Dynamo missed you!!!"
Fat Boi said: "Forever grateful for all you've done for me n Ondo State at large... Now that your watch is over, REST WELL CAUSE YOU'RE LOVED"
The comment from Sir Atom reads: "I wish I could bring you back man you are a definition of great in the youth system Steve shotounwa the last time I saw you was at and even where you still won tha award for the most fashionable radio presenter and comedian in ondo state"
See more reactions below:
This is so sad. RIP to the dead.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actor, Alabi Yellow, has passed on after battling stroke for months.
Reports have it that the actor passed away during the early hours of Sunday, December 22, at his Ikorodu residence in Lagos state.
Recall that Yellow had started his battle with stroke way back in 2018, shortly after his wife passed away. He had gotten a handsome donation of N10m from popular cleric Reverend Esther Ajayi.
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