‘A great talent is gone,’ Gov Adeleke mourns Sisi Quadri

Osun governor Ademola Adeleke has described the death of popular Nollywood actor, Tolani Quadri Oyebamiji, popularly known as Sisi Quadri, as shocking and devastating.
Adeleke, in a condolence message on Friday noted that Sisi Quadri was a delight to watch on the screen, radiating homes with laughter through his style of acting.
He commiserated with his immediate family, especially his aged father, Alhaji Oyebamiji, the people of Iwoland and the movie industry as a whole, urging them to take consolation in a life of impact, particularly in the acting profession.

The condolence message read in parts, “Tolani Quadri Oyebamiji (aka Sisi Quadri) was a delight to watch in movies. He was a great talent that illuminated homes and impart valuable messages. With his demise, the memory of the wonderful moments he created on the scenes, and more, the comical relief he inspires through his works will reverberate for years.
“I mourn his loss knowing well the great talent that is gone. I extend my heartfelt condolences to his immediate family, the people of Iwoland, the movie industry, and everyone touched by this devastating experience.
“It is my sincere prayer that they get the strength to bear the hard moment his passage represents. May Almighty Allah grant his aljanah fridaos soul,” Adeleke said in the statement signed by his spokesperson, Mallam Olawale Rasheed.

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