Videos from Comedian Calibird's Candlelight Service Show Nigerians in Mourning Mood

Videos from Comedian Calibird's Candlelight Service Show Nigerians in Mourning Mood

- Fans and followers of comedian Calibird recently gathered to celebrate his life at a candlelight service

- They were spotted singing songs as some switched on the torchlight on their phones

- The comedian who died after a brief illness would be laid to rest on Friday, April 9

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Videos from the candlelight service of comedian Caleb Itietie popularly known as Calibird have emerged online.

In the videos spotted on LindaIkeji's blog, a number of youths were gathered at a hotel in Gbagada.

Twinkle lights hung above the head of the people who attended the candlelight ceremony as they sang various songs in celebration of the life of the deceased.

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Comedian Caleb Itietie
Youths attend the candlelight service of Comedian Caleb Itietie. Photos: @lindaikejiblogofficial
Source: Instagram

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The 31-year-old comedian died on Saturday, March 27, after a brief illness, and his candlelight service was held on Wednesday, April 7.

Calibird will be laid to rest on Friday, April 9, at Atan Yaba Cemetry.

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Followers of the comedian prayed that his soul would rest in peace.

misschidel:

"May his soul Rest In Peace."

dope_tessy:

"May his soul Rest In Peace."

blaqtalk_comedian:

"Rest In Peace."

bsda.completeyourdrip:

"Rest on."

thelma_ebo_:

"May his soul Rest In Peace."

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Afenifere spokesperson Yinka Odumakin died of COVID-19 complications.

Odumakin, who was a human rights activist, reportedly died after a brief illness at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital.

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A family source said he died from COVID-19 complications. According to the source, he had been at the Intensive Care Unit of the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) for a week.

He was first admitted at the Infectious Disease Hospital in Yaba, Lagos, but was moved to LASUTH when his condition deteriorated.

Before the coronavirus infection, he was said to have been battling underlying conditions such as diabetes.

Source: Legit

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