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Fela Kuti’s children remember him 19 years after

02 August 2016, 15:14

Lagos –  Children of Afrobeat legend, human rights activist and political maverick, Fela Kuti was remembered  him on Tuesday(August 2).

His daughter, Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti, took to her Instagram page writing, "Nineteen years ago our Icon father, leader and father of the Nation left the world stage.

He lives in us forever and continues to guide and protect us. That is why Nigeria didn’t go to war against all predictions. Rest in peace Fela. We miss you."

Also read:Fela Kuti’s sons perform together for the first time

"The powers that be, beat him mercilessly. Fela they can't touch you now o!!!! Useless people," she wrote alongside a picture of him in bandages.

Her elder brother Femi Kuti also took to Instagram today sharing, "19 years since the passing of our father FELA we LOVE U WE MISS U VERY MUCH."

"19 years a god. 19 years an Orisha. 19years an ancestor!! And by the way the Egypt 80 is still kicking ass!!!" Seun Kuti wrote accompanied with a smiling photo of Fela.

19 years since the passing of our father FELA we LOVE U WE MISS U VERY MUCH .

A photo posted by Femi Kuti (@femiakuti) on

The powers that be, beat him mercilessly. Fela they can't touch you now o!!!! Useless people

A photo posted by Yeni Anikulapo-Kuti (@yeniakuti) on


- News 24


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