The death of renowned Yoruba thespian, poet and producer of classics, such as Thunderbolt: Magun and Afonja, Adebayo Faleti, has sent shock waves throughout the Creative industry. The late Faleti is regarded as a quintessential actor, broadcaster, writer and poet. The man also known as a Yoruba language translator and actor, died on Sunday
Actor, author and broadcaster, Adebayo Faleti, is dead. Born on December 26, 1930, the renowned thespian reportedly died on Saturday morning after an illness. He was 86. The late Faleti was a pioneer at the first television station in Africa, the Western Nigeria Television (WNTV) in Ibadan, Oyo State capital. He was a poet and Yoruba translator.
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