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Adebowale, the late comedian Babatunde Omidina, aka Baba Suwe, said on Tuesday that his father had not recovered from his injuries at the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency. This turned out to be a lie.

The actor died of a heart attack on Monday at his home in Ikorodu, Lagos State. He was 63 years old.

Adebowale, in a video released on Monday, accused the veteran actor of neglecting family and friends as he struggled with his illness.

However, in a speech at his residence on Tuesday, he apologized for making the video, saying it was not meant to offend anyone.

Speaking of his father’s illness, Adebowale’s illness began after the NLA test.

He said: “My father was a good man. Every time he shows his videos he starts to laugh and sometimes he bursts into tears and asks if he is and will take action again and I reassure him and make sure he acts again to please him.

“I can’t say this is the reason my dad is sick, but in the case of the NDLA, it was not my father himself. He cared for his wife and we cared for him because he told me he was still not sure if he would live with us a few days earlier and I told him he would be with us.

Describing Baba Suwe’s last days, Adebowale said he was in the gym on Monday when he was told his father was not breathing properly.

“I asked the nurse to treat me and when I got home I went to the room and talked to him. He tried to talk to me but he couldn’t.

“When I got home, he was taking the first drop and when he took the second drop, I went out to wash my kit. I was washing my clothes when my mother came to tell me that my father had died. I had to leave her five minutes ago and I had to ask her if she was joking; I hurried to the room and found out he was dead.

“I was so shocked that I had to make a short video and because of the shock, I did not know what I was doing at the time, so I posted it on my head. WhatsApp Condition and then went to the virus.

“I was shocked that the video was spread by a virus within five minutes. What should I say sorry? As a young man, I asked family members if I had ever wanted to, but I was shocked. ”

Olufunmilaio Oyunmi, governor of the Lagos State Nigerian Theater and Motion Picture Professionals Association, described the deceased as a “hero” in a speech at his residence on Tuesday.

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said in a statement that Baba Suwen had used the gift to promote human life.

He pointed out that his death had created a gap in the entertainment industry.

Meanwhile, Adesola Omidina, another son of the deceased, said the actor will be buried at his home in Ikorodu, Lagos State on Thursday.

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