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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Pictures at Sikiru Ayinde Barrister Burial

Some of his children and grand children

Some of his children and family members

From left: The Osi of Ibadanland, Segun Adewale, Evang. Ebenezer Obey, and Adisa Osiefa




A detachment of police at the burial

Synpathisers trying to gain entry into the coumpound

Music lovers and sympathisers

His first son Razak Balogun Middle and others

Sympathisers outside the premises

Some of his children

Alhaja Barimade and some of his children

Osi Balogun of Ibadanland representing the Olubadan

Nurudeen Salaudeen Balogun (left) his immediate younger brother and one of his sons



Alhaja Nimotallah (right) and Biliqis Balogun, some of his wives

Alhaja Biliqis Balogun, one of his wives

Some of his fleet of Jeeps. It was gathered that another Crystal Jeep which he ordered for came on the day he died.  

His Isolo house where he was buried

His Isolo house where he was buried

Olanshile, one of his daughters

8 comments:

  1. Alhaji Sofiu Lawal (Soflaw Shipping Inc., Chicago, IL, U.S.A)January 16, 2011 at 11:34 AM

    The only reasonable fuji musician that teaches & lectures our young generations a lot of lessons about life is now missing. What a great lost? I pray that may Almighty God bless him with first class paradise! (Alijanat Firidausa)

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  2. taikassim bawa-allahJanuary 30, 2011 at 6:02 PM

    orin loo a o ma rorin mo orin lo ao ma rorin mooo ololade barusatti orunree

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  3. Tai-Kassim Bawa-Allah (New-York)January 30, 2011 at 6:26 PM

    hoo my GOD we lost agem the fuji creator may allmighty allah grant him aljanna fidaus alhaji agba my mentor in music im going to miss him alot im one of his die hard lover his music is a message for both old and young ololade barusati orun ree

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  4. May The Almighty Allah grant Haji Ayinde Al-Jaana. He truly created Fuji music. He nurtured it,lived it and made a success of it, while hugely successful himself. A one off mega star and a true legend of our time whose understanding, good grasp and excellent ability to use Yoruba language cleverly made Fuji genre seem easy to sing and pleasure to listen to. (The more reason why there are more many Fuji singers than any other type of Nigerian or African traditional music). He passed well for an Islamic scholar through the use of his music to lecture his listeners especially about being good and subsequent debt of death. We have really lost a true Nigerian. Adieu Barrister! (Akanni Ogun is a London based Haji Ayinde's No1 Fan.

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  5. hi this is bose from ireland ,i just want to say tha i miss big daddy . i am the sister to the late mrs feyishola abidins wife n america and she was buried in okota in their house that was the last time i saw alhaji agba in our house in bariga. uncle tunji se wa e pele o bose nlo ki yin o agburo feyi lati ireland.thanks bye xxxoxxx

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  6. Every time i had Alhaji was sick, i always pray for his quick recovery and never want him to die now bcos of his intellectual composition, i always listen to his music, depsite my age, at least i am still in my thirtysss, some say i am old school guy i said yes bcos the content i am digesting is very rich in my inner most, what i am feeling you cant feel it, thats always my respond to them. i will really miss Alhaji Agba, i used this medium to condole all ibadan Indigen which i am one of them, A ku arafera ku, May Allah grant baba Aljanat firdous Amin.

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  7. another prophet is gone RIP

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  8. i cant stop liking him n his music, may almighty Allah over look is shortcomings n grant him Aljanah. l Learnt sone of the surah of the great Quran from his unique music. rest well sir

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