Author of Brighter Grammar Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe dies at 92

Author of Brighter Grammar Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe dies at 92

- Nigerian writer and educator, Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe, has passed on at the age of 92

- Ogundipe is mostly known for writing popular English textbook, Brighter Grammar

- The author died on March 27, 2020, in North Carolina, United States of America

Death is a certain thing everybody will go through but this knowledge does not make the passing of an icon or a loved one any less painful.

Many people live all their lives as if they are not alive while others make good use of their time on earth and create works that would outlive them and impact generations to come.

That appears to be the case of Nigerian writer and educator, Phebean Ajibola Ogundipe who passed on at the age of 92 on March 27, 2020. She died in North Carolina, United States of America. Ogundipe was born in Esa-Oke in Osun state. She would have clocked 93 on May 2.

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The late 92-year-old writer was the author of popular English text books such as Practical English and Brighter Grammar.

May her soul rest in peace.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels' mother, recently took to social media to share a video of herself crying on to God.

In the video, Rita Daniels was seen singing in her traditional language as she cried to God about the coronavirus pandemic that is currently ravaging the world.

In the caption of her post, Rita begged God to heal the nations of the world.

Excerpt from her post reads: “We humbly and wholly concede that our failure to acknowledge YOU for WHO YOU ARE has brought upon us that which we have found ourselves; But now we realize our folly. Please, forgive us, Have mercy upon us Protect us from every evil, Shower YOUR Goodness and love upon us again. Glorify YOUR name and Wrought YOUR wonders in our world heal our nations; And we shall return praises to YOU, In JESUS NAME AMEN.”

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