Nigerian Skit maker, Adebayo Ridwan Abidemi, popularly known as Isbae U has finally broken his silence on the death of his father, Sir Kay Kamoru.
The Nollywood industry was thrown into deep sorrow on the 27th of December, when the death of the veteran actor Kamal Adebayo popularly known as Sir Kay Kamoru was announced by Wumi Toriola and some other colleagues.
As is the custom of Muslims, Sir Kay was buried that same day amid tears from those who attended.
Minutes ago, Isbae U who is late Sir Kay’s son shared an voice recording of the veteran praying for the former in Yoruba language. While the audio played, different photos of the time father and son spent together was also playing.
Many have taken to the comment section of the post to express their condolence to the skit-maker. Captioning the post, Isbae U wrote:
“I lost my Dad, I lost my Biggest Fan, Iost my Hero, Iost my friend , … I feel Empty , I feel Confused And I feel Lost, I can’t Believe I am An Orphan!
I am Teary and I Am Scared , but As a Muslim I was taught to Thank God during Joyful moments and thank God when I’m going through Pain. God You are the Most High, I know you have your reasons, and I trust You Ya Allah, So i will always Say Alhamdullilahi
Dear Allah I beg you with everyone and Everything that makes you happy on Earth, I Plead with you to Help Forgive My DAD’s sins and Grant Him Paradise •
Rest In Peace Sir K, Rest In Peace My favorite Warrior, Rest in Peace ShankarBabu “Inna lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un”.
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