Friday, March 21, 2014

Yeni Kuti’s Ex-Husband Is Dead

Yeni Kuti’s ex-husband, Femi Segun is dead. He was said to have died today in a power bike accident in Lagos. Until his death, Femi was the National Publicity Secretary of Igbobi College, Old Boys Association. May his soul rest in peace.

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    1. Power bike? Olowo fowo ra'ku

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    2. Serious Fi owo raku ni o. When will these people learn that this bike ishhh is fucking dangerous? The families they leave behind suffer the loss more. 2years ago recorded the highest number of Nigerians that died as a result of power bike mishaps. One would think that they would take precautions. Sad much. Rip

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    3. I'm so not a fan of power bikes. RIP sir.....Too sad.
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  2. wat is all this nah?

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  3. E yaaa handsome man like this. RIP sir

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    1. He should have rested from this power bike thing. He was getting too old for it.
      Anyway may he rest in peace.

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  4. Eeyah, may his soul RIP. Accidents involving motorbikes are usually ghastly.

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  5. RIP, what a fine man.

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  6. So Sad...! It's so painful., that such an ugly fate fall on him....... I sympathize with loved ones he left behind,,.. May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace


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  7. May his soul rest in peace!

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  8. So sad rest in peace

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  9. Rip, the way people die these days is really alarming

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  10. Na wa o. God guide us

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  11. So Sad...! It's so painful., that such an ugly fate fall on him....... I sympathize with loved ones he left behind,,.. May His Soul Rest in Perfect Peace

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  12. I sympathize with loved ones he left behind,

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  13. I wonder wat Nigerians are doing wit Powerbikes.how many deaths now..Mshewww Sad

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  14. R.I.P! Up I C .... Say Say Say !!!!

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  15. If you look at the other pictures of this man, this man appeared really old.

    He does not look like someone with good reflexes which are necessary to operate power bikes.

    This man ought to have left the idea of toying around with power bikes to the younger generations.

    To all those old ayonges toying around with power bikes on Lagos or Abuja bad roads, this should serve as a lesson.

    You cannot be in your fifties but looking as if you are over seventies and you are still riding power bikes all over as if you are in your twenties.

    Most of our roads are in terrible shape.
    There are no road signs.
    And yet our people are jumping on power bikes and riding as if there is no tomorrow.

    Anyway, RIP. You have done your bits.

    olu@atlanta.

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    1. Don't be deceived by the white hair. He was young at heart. The area where he rode his bike had very good roads and I don't get your point. Mind your biz and just console his family without writing rubbish.

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    2. To Anonymous 22 March, 2014 13:28

      Gray hair is a sign of ageing except if you are trying to tell us the man had premature ageing( Bloom syndrome)

      Being young at heart does not mean good and sharp REFLEXES.

      Neither can you equate being young at heart to having a healthy heart.

      This man at his age and considering his physique had no business riding power bikes and the same applies to other Nigerians like him that are still zooming around Lagos and Abuja terrible roads on power bikes( Grandpapa Charlie aka Charlie boy inclusive)

      I believe he might still be around today if he had not been running around on power bikes.
      His death to me is a preventable death.

      Nevertheless, may his soul rest in peace.

      I pray that all the grandpas like him still running around on power bikes willl learn from his shortcomings.

      olu@atlanta.

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    3. Rants of an ignorant judge. MYFB

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    4. olu u have a black heart keep your opinions to yourself cos you don't know what happened ..wat bout that young university boy in abj dat died during a bike rally in early march??

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    5. Cynthia Nwaham,
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      I bet those cakes are for the shakers and movers of Abuja.
      I am feeling like tasting some of the cakes right now.
      Anyway, stay blessed.
      olu@atlanta

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    6. To Anonymous 18:28
      What is a black heart?
      I really don't know what happened to that young univ boy as per why he crashed his power bike and died in the process. May his soul rest in peace.

      olu@atlanta

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  16. Kai Ladun! You don't know much about Femi. He was one of the best TV personality's of his time. RIP Sir.

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  17. Is this not Mabel Segun's son? Remember the author of childhood novel "My Father's Daughter"?

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  18. Very sad. Rest in peace and may your loved ones be consoled.

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  19. Hope dis isn't true. Cos Yeni said on tv (dia mornin show) dat he's is d hosp. Sumtin abt his spinal cord.

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  20. its true...i work with her, he died on friday.

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  21. Laduns biggest fan24 March, 2014 14:48

    This is so sad. May he rest peacefully.

    Why type an epistle about power bike or no power bike?

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