- Yoruba actress Bisola Badmus recently lost her father, Baba Adunni
- The screen diva took to her Instagram page to share the sad news with her fans and followers
- Badmus who mourned his death stated that he would forever be missed
Popular Yoruba actress, Bisola Badmus, has been thrown into mourning following the tragic passing of her father whom she calls, Baba Adunni.
The Iwalewa actress who is also a movie maker, took to her Instagram page to share the sad news with her fans and followers.
In her farewell message, she stated that even though her father taught her to be strong, she couldn't be in her trying times. She expressed difficulty in accepting that he is no more and revealed he will be missed.
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She wrote: "DAD, you taught me to be strong but sorry I'm letting you down. I can never be strong enough to accept that you are no longer here BABA ADUNNI. I will forever miss you my beloved DAD. goodnight my first love."
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Only a while ago, popular Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde mourned the death of her cousin simply identified as, Jalad. The actress revealed that her cousin died in London, United Kingdom, after a medical transplant complication. The actress talked about her loss on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
She explained that her cousin did not die due to coronavirus. According to her, he died after a complication from a kidney transplant. She said he could not get proper healthcare because the hospitals were focused on coronavirus and the help he needed was not fast enough.
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Omotola said her cousin died alone. She noted that he was too loved to have died alone. The actress also added that the United Kingdom healthcare system failed him.
In other news, Yoruba movie icon Kayode Odumosu, popularly known by many as Pa Kasumu has finally been laid to rest a few months after he passed away.
The much-loved movie star who died at the age of 66 after battling a long-term sickness, was laid to rest in Abeokuta, Ogun state on Monday, May 11. From indications, the ceremony was attended by just a few family members in line with the COVID-19 directives for burying a loved one.
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