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Wednesday, 10 July 2013

KSA, OBEY, PRINCE ADEKUNLE, AYO BALOGUN, OTHERS STORMED LATE ROLLING DOLLARS, LAGOS HOME.- TO BE BURIED TODAY

Obey,Prince Adekunle,KSA,and Ayo Balogun

Barely an hour after the corpse of legendary musician, Fatai Rolling Dollar was brought to his house at the Millenium Estate, Abbatoir, New Oko-Oba, Lagos, musical heavyweights such as King Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, Prince Adekunle and Queen Ayo Balogun visited to pay their condolences. The frontline artistes were received by the family who ushered them into the late musician's bedroom where his remains were laid.
Obey offered them prayers, while KSA gave an emotion laden tribute. Both, including Queen Balogun made undisclosed cash donations to the family towards the burial. Also present were Wale Thompson,
Tunde Samson, Dipo Gatos , and Segun Nabi. A throng of journalists, paparazi and television crews were also at the home of the deceased to pay their last respects and report ongoing activities at the abode of the legendary musician. We gathered that the late ace guitarist and composer will be buried today,at his Ikorodu landed property, where he was building a music school and the Fatai Rolling Dollar Foundation, today. Rolling Dollar was known for his verve and dexterity on the guitar. His zest for life and energy, even in old age, was also a marvel to all who beheld him while performing. Prominent aristes who have passed through his teaching and instruction musically include Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade, Orlando Owoh, Kayode Fashola, Samson Ogunlade, Bob Aladeniyi and several others. Fatai Rolling Dollar, a practising Moslem hailed from Ede, Osun State will be buried according to Islamic rites.He is survived by wives ans many children.
Ebenezer Obey Signing The Condolence RegisterHis Younger SisterHis Young Sons

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