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Eulogies for polyglot, Femi Segun in death

 

FAMILIES, friends and well-wishers are celebrating urbane and suave gentleman, Femi Segun who passed on today (Friday, March 21, 2014) at 4 a.m in Lagos.

The polyglot who spoke a number of European languages was a diplomat, banker and later set up in his private business, Coltrane in the earth of Lagos.  He reportedly died following complications from multiple injuries sustained in an accident in Lagos on his power bike.

The accident, on Friday, March 14, 2014, saw him in hospital for a week.  Femi passed away this morning, exactly a week after he survived a motor bike accident. He died today, leaving two daughters (Rolari and Fikemi) and his judge wife.

Femi Segun, son of legendary writer, Mabel Segun, was once married to Yeni Kuti (daughter of iconoclast originator of Afrobeat, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti).

And from across the world, eulogies have poured forth on the gentleman with the sonorous voice who was the ultimate master of ceremonies.

 

Solomon Osa Kolade Olotu – What a loss… He was a great guy. Rest in Peace Femi Segun

 

Yinka Akande – Conltrane, our thoughts are with your sterling spouse and doting daughters. You shall be sorely missed, raconteur supremo!

 

Ajoke Inspiration – May your soul rest in peace Uncle Femi….You were indeed a very nice man with a great sense of humour. Rare Gem

Lampe Omoyele – Senior FS, egbon, friend, gentleman and noble Nigerian; so long, so sad. What a loss. May the Lord comfort and strengthen family and friends.

Otunba Kaye Babbs – He didn’t survive the accident.. May his soul rest in peace.. U came U saw and U conquered.. I duff my hat bro…
Ayodele Ezekiel Ozugbakun – Wow,just lost a mentor. Death where is thy sting?
Emeka Oparah – Top Dawg! Ahoy to you…sail on bro to the fraternal deck. Anyhow. You just went badly ahead. RIP.
Tade Agbesanwa – A noble Nigerian, gone too soon. Sad, so sad.
Toyin Adon-Abel – NOOOOOO…! RIP Segun. Rikki…powerbike accident? where? We’d exchanged many a view re: sport bikes over the years…and I’ve had my bad superbike crash too, but thankfully I’m still here. Olusegun may your soul rest in eternal peace. Amen!
Akintokunbo Adejumo – A complete gentleman. Rest in perfect peace, bro.
Theophilus Umogbai -A multi talented linguist. He will be missed

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