More Photos Of Veteran Nollywood Actor, Sadiq Daba, Who Died On March 3,2021
By OgunTescom | self meida writer
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Veteran actor Sadiq Daba who featured in the now rested series on Television in the late 70s, Cockcrow at Dawn was reported to have died yesterday, Sadiq Daba acted as Bitrus in the weekly series.
Daba was reported to have passed away on Wednesday,March 3, 2021, after a long battle with leukaemia and prostate cancer.
A former staff of Nigeria Television Authority for over three decades until after his retirement who was a co- presenter on AM Express with late Yinka Craig and others on the network of NTA.
Sadiq Daba acting career came into prominence in the late 70s when he played the role of Bitrusi in Cockcrow at DawnHis acting career came to prominence in the late 1970s, starring in Cockcrow at Dawn.
Daba was featured in the movie October 1, in 2015 where he played the role of Inspector Waziri .The role that won him Africa Movie Academy Award in 2015 in Kunle Afolayan psychological triller , October 1.
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