President Muhammadu Buhari: expressed its condolences to the Fasasi household after the loss of life of the Nigerian Veteran Singer, Sound Sultan:.
Buhari: through Particular Adviser on Media and Promoting, Femi Adesina: mourned the previous of the 44-year-old artist in a press release on Monday.
Sound Sultan’s: the loss of life, in response to the Nigerian president, was a loss for each the music business and Nigeria.
“He has lived a wonderful life and has reached numerous levels of his profession,” Buhari remarked of the rapper, musician, composer and actor.
The president mentioned his creative genius, originality and expertise, which has impressed many, have contributed considerably to the event of music and leisure.
Sound Sultan:, he mentioned, was compassionate, beneficiant, and passionately involved with challenges within the nation, corresponding to testing his music and artwork.
The assertion reads,
President Muhammadu Buhari gives his honest condolences to the Fasasi household for the loss of life of the famend singer and songwriter, Olanrewaju Fasasi, popularly referred to as Sound Sultan, on the age of 44.
“The President notes that the loss of life of Sound Sultan just isn’t solely a loss for the Nigerian music business, however for the nation as a complete.
“As a well-known rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, he has lived an exemplary life, made a number of milestones in his profession, and contributed enormously to the event of the Nigerian music and leisure business via his creative genius, creativity and expertise, which has impressed many younger Nigerians within the business.
“The deceased, says President Buhari, was sympathetic, beneficiant and really captivated with points within the nation, which was mirrored in his music and artwork, and as a passionate basketball fan, he made important contributions to the event of native basketball within the nation.
“The President prays for the everlasting remainder of the souls of the useless and divine peace and luxury for household, buddies and associates.”