RACHEL ONIGA AND PRINCE IDOWU AJISERERE WILL BE HIGHLY MISSED BY LAGOSIANS. EULOGY @ “LABE-OFIN” (RULE OF LAW) ON BOND FM 92.9, RADIO NIGERIA

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One of the leading Human Rights communities in Nigeria, the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA) has described the recent passing away of actress Rachel Oniga and Prince Idowu Ajiserere, a community leader in Somolu area of Lagos State as a great lost to the Human Rights platform in Nigeria.

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This was announced on both 3rd and 10th of August 2021, during the live radio program, “Labe-Ofin” (Rule of Law) on Bond F.M 92.9 which regularly come up on Tuesdays between 11:30a.m and 12:00p.m.

The Executive Director of HURMA, Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak, during the two episodes, gave a special tribute to late Nollywood actress Rachel Oniga and Prince Ajiserere for championing the liberation of the oppressed while both were alive.

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Rachel Oniga, an indigene of Delta State, was born on May 23, 1957 in Ebute-Metta, Lagos State. She died on Friday 30th July 2021 at the age of 64. She acted movies that disapproved the social ills in the society, her death is a huge loss to humanity.

Also, Prince Idowu Ajiserere, a community leader in Somolu Local Government area, while alive was an activist and always at the forefront in the movement for the emancipation of the downtrodden in his community. Prince Ajiserere and Rachel Oniga will forever be remembered for their exploits in the struggle for the masses.

“Other people in their ranks are therefore encouraged to live their lives in such a way that they would be remembered for good.”

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