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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Yoruba Anthem Translator Pa Adebayo Faleti Has Passed oOn

RIP to him......



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    1. May his soul rest in peace.

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  2. Oh this man. May his soul RIP

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    1. RIP baba Faleti. I love that book Idamu Paadi Mikailu.
      Sisi eku ijo meta o.

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    2. My darling yemi, how's u?😀

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  3. Rip Baba

    The art will miss you

    #memories

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  4. To even think I was reading two of his books last week and thinking about his acts in "saworoide" and "agogo ewo". May His soul rest in peace.

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  5. May your soul rest in peace daddy, you lived a fulfilled life




    *Larry was here*

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  6. Rest in peace pa faleti.



    @just Bella.

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  7. Erinwo! ajanaku sun bi oke. Sun re oo.

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  8. I remember this man in the movie thunderbolt very nice movie.may his soul rest in peace.

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  9. One of the greats. RIP Baba. You will be missed.

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  10. Erin wo!!! Ajanaku subu Ko le dide mo! Sun re oo Baba Faleti. O di arinako na ko, o di oju ala.

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  11. Oro l'eye n gbo o, eye o dede ba l'orule oh, oro l'eye n gbo o.
    Rest in Peace Baba Faleti! One of the very best

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    1. Oro leye ngbo o. I rem d movie so well

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  12. I rem this baba. RIP sir....but how is translating the national anthem an achievement?

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  13. orun re oh! Baba agbedgbeyo! Adieu to a giant literary icon! @MRS B,you got it right! oro le yen gbo,eye on dede ba lorule oh.....i fear! for my present yoruba generation and our kids, with the way we shun and reject our primary language ,(i.e. yoruba) making our children learn and communicate with English language only and we are naively proud of such "accomplishments". if care is not taken,at the rate we are going,yoruba language will be a mirage while Hausa,Ibo,etc languages still stand,as they cherish theirs.

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  14. The same age with my dad. RIP sir.

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