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Adebayo Faleti, a Rare Gem – Gbenga Daniel
Leave a comment | | July 24, 2017 12:19 PM

Former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba (Engr.) Gbenga Daniel has expressed shock on the passing of veteran actor, Chief Adebayo Faleti who he described as a rare gem; an uncommon individual.

In his message, Otunba Daniel stated that late Chief Faleti was a man of many parts who equally excelled in his career as a poet, journalists, writer, translator, broadcaster and TV exponent.

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According to Daniel, late Chief Adebayo Faleti’s had always been in the forefront for the promotion of Yoruba Culture and tradition. “His undying passion for the development and uplift of Yoruba values could only be described in the superlatives. He was a celebrated artist and an astute administrator”.

“Late Chief Adebayo’ s death was a great loss to the nation particularly the entire Yorubaland but his life and works will continue to be reference points in our national history”.

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