Nigerians have continued to react to the death of an iconic comedian, Moses Olaiya Adejumo.
Some Ekiti based dramatists and actors have continued to react to the demise of a pioneer comedian Moses Olaiya Adejumo popularly called Baba Sala Who died late yesterday.
One of the actors, Chief Jimoh Aliyu who is known as Aworo, said the demise of the comedian had left a vacuum in the comedy industry.
The Oba Asa of Yorubaland said the deceased’s contribution towards creating humour would continue to remain indelible in the annals of history.
He urged government to support his family through financial assistance.
Also member of Freelance Independent Broadcasters, Mr jimoh ogunjobi urged the children of the deceased to sustain the legacies of the Baba Sala by towing humility and hard work as portrayed by the deceased.
Also an Actor chief Ojo Oluwajolu popularly known as Ojojolu described the death as a great loss to dramatic industry.
Chief Oluwajolu lamented that the icon was affected by pirate activities some years back, and called on government to ensure stiffer punitive measure for anyone engaging in such practice.
This he said would guarantee the sustainability of the dramatic industry.
In Ilesa the home town of Baba Sala, residents including his church members and neighbors, who spoke with Radio Nigeria correspondent, Isaac Haastrup, described the deceased as a rare gem.