Former vice-president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has joined the list of well-meaning Nigerians who have eulogised the late actor and comedian, Moses Adejumo also known as Baba Sala.
In a tweet on Wednesday, October 10, 2018, Atiku described the late comedian as one of the pioneers of the entertainment industry in Nigeria.
“Baba Sala belonged to a generation that pioneered Nigeria’s entertainment industry by investing to make high-quality home videos. He brought fun & laughter into our homes. It’s my prayer that he will find rest even as his family is comforted & strengthened,” he tweeted.
The PDP presidential candidate comments on the death of Baba Sala comes a few days after some celebrities also shared their thoughts over the death of the entertainment icon.
The entertainment world is still in shock over the death of veteran comedian and actor, Baba Sala and eulogies have continued to pour in from celebrities. Among those who have reacted to the death of the famous comedian is Gbenga Adeyinka the 1st and music icon, King Sunny Ade.
King Sunny Ade took to his Instagram page on Monday, October 8, 2018, where he posted a photo of the late comedy icon and had some really emotional words to say about him.
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