Former President of Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN) and Entertainment maverick Charly boy has described the late Fela as “unequalled legend who preached against corruption, injustice and other societal ills."
While eulogizing the late leader on Wednesday, Charly boy said:
“The truth is Fela never dies; he lives on with his music. What Fela stood against across Africa, and Nigeria in particular, that made many to call him a mad man, are still very much our problems today. He talked about suffering and smiling, corruption, and fear of death that made people keep quiet or indifferent to bad governance. Nigeria will forever miss this great social activist and advocate of justice and equity."