Sharing on the Instagram page of the Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar to mourned the death of the veteran actor and broadcaster, Sodiq Daba, who just died some hours ago with a post to acknowledged what he has done into his home for bringing Joy.
He wrote: Sad that the Cock will no longer crow at dawn. Sodiq Daba, thank you for the joy you brought into our homes. May your son's be forgiven, and your memories be a blessing.Atiku Abubakar , the Waziri of Adamawa, Businessman, Father, Philanthropist, and Former Vice President of Federal Republic of NigeriaSodiq Abubakar Daba is his full name known simply as Sodiq Daba was a Nigerian actor and broadcaster. In 2015, he won Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as " Inspector Waziri" in October 1.He had his secondary education at St Edward's secondary school. He got bigger degrees in many institutions including Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria. Daba has worked as a broadcaster for Nigerian Television Authority. His acting career came to prominence in the late 1970s, starring in Cockcrow at Dawn.Daba announced his diagnosis of Leukemia and Prostrate cancer in 2017 and was supported with fund raising by several Nigerians including Josephine Obiajulu Odumakin, Mabel Oboh. On 3rd February, 2018, Daba joined project pink blue to walk against cancer to commemorate world cancer day. He died on 3 March, 2021.May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
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