The popular musician, Segun Akinlolu, professionally known as Beautiful Nubia, has penned an emotional tribute to a die hard fan after demise.
Per reports from Punch Newspapers, the young deceased man who goes by the name, Abass Oyeyemi, was pronounced dead at the early hours of Thursday, 25th of May.
The young man who was also an Alumnus of the prestigious tertiary institution, Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) served as a member of the electoral commission of the Student Union as well as the Public Relations Officer of the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria.
Late Abass was also known to have always graced most, if not all, of Beautiful Nubia's concerts.
The artiste on his official Twitter handle, noted:
Of what use are words at a time like this? We can console ourselves with it is not how long but how well. Still it hurts to the bone to lose a vibrant young soul. I pray for strength and calm for those who knew and loved him dearly. We must carry on his memory and good deeds."
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Reacting to this are followers who made Positive comments about the late Abass and sent their condolences as well.
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