20 years gone, tribute flows for Fela

20 years gone, tribute flows for Fela

Today is the 20th year since Afrobeat legend and activist, Fela Anikulapo Kuti passed away.

The legendary singer, composer and multi instrumentalist died on August 2nd, 1997. Nigerians remember Fela as a prophet of some sort.

Nigerians are paying tributes to him online 20 years after his demise. Leading the parade of tributes are his children who fondly miss their dad.

It's 20 years already … We miss you grandpa !!!

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When death is nothing but a power move!! Rest In Power!! #year20 A. F. E

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After one of the many police raids. Testifying at the tribunal. Justice was not served. Na UNKNOWN SOLDIER O!!!!

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Fela and his best friend JK Braimah.

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20 years today Fela passed to the great beyond. Still in our hearts and minds. Nigera go better

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