Peter Obi mourns passing of veteran Nigerian actress Saratu Gidado Daso

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Labour Party presidential candidate in the 2023 election, Peter Obi, expressed his heartfelt condolences on the passing of veteran Nigerian actress, Saratu Gidado Daso.

Recognized for her significant contributions to Nigeria’s entertainment industry, particularly in Kannywood, Saratu Gidado Daso’s talent and dedication have left an enduring impact on the film sector.

In a statement shared via his X handle, Peter Obi highlighted Saratu Gidado Daso’s exceptional role in shaping Kannywood and her enduring popularity among fans. Her commitment to honing her craft and delivering memorable performances solidified her status as a beloved figure in the industry.

The loss of Saratu Gidado Daso is deeply felt within the entertainment community and by her admirers. While mourning her passing, Peter Obi urged for the celebration of her remarkable legacy, emphasizing the lasting influence she has had on Kannywood and the broader film landscape.

As the industry mourns this profound loss, Peter Obi extended thoughts and prayers to Saratu Gidado Daso’s family, friends, and all those touched by her work. He concluded by invoking blessings for her eternal peace and strength for her loved ones, the Kannywood community, and the entertainment industry as they come to terms with her irreplaceable absence.

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