“My Friend Is Gone,You Fought Back But God Knows The Best”– Veteran Actor Jide Kosoko Mourn Late Olofa Ina

The Nigerian entertainment industry mourns the loss of yet another talented actor, as Jide Kosoko, a veteran in the field, expresses his heartfelt condolences over the passing of Olofa Ina. In a poignant message, Jide Kosoko pays tribute to his late friend, acknowledging the valiant fight against whatever challenges Olofa Ina faced.

The veteran actor shared, “My friend is gone, you fought back, but God knows the best.” The sentiment captures the bittersweet reality of loss, acknowledging the resilience shown by Olofa Ina in the face of adversity.

Jide Kosoko goes on to reflect on the significant impact of Olofa Ina’s departure on the Yoruba language in the movie industry. He states, “At last, Olofa fire is gone. You fought back, but God knows best. Ha, baba Yoruba is gone. No doubt the vacuum you left will surely be difficult to fill.”

The words carry a profound weight, emphasizing not only the personal loss of a dear friend but also the broader impact on the cultural and artistic landscape. Olofa Ina’s contributions to the Yoruba language in cinema have left an indelible mark, and his absence creates a void that, as Jide Kosoko aptly expresses, will be challenging to fill.

As the industry mourns the passing of High Chief Deji Aderemi, known as Olofa Ina, the outpouring of condolences from fellow actors and fans reflects the deep respect and admiration for the late actor’s legacy. May Olofa Ina rest in peace, leaving behind a legacy that will be remembered and celebrated by those who were touched by his talent and presence.

See social media reaction below;

Aareakogun wrote: I will miss this man. Great actor. May his soul rest in perfect peace Amen. E ku oro enia

Haywhysak wrote: May God rest his soul and grant him a place in paradise. Such a great actor🤲🏾
Ojo a jina sira won o🤲🏾🤲🏾🤲🏾

Owoelewa_toye wrote: Wow!! Baba with ijinlè Yoruba. I Love to see him speak in movies 🎥🔥🎁RIP😔

Anotikat wrote: Awwwww. Grandpa is gone. He was a great teacher through his acting. Rest in peace, grandpa.

Easybiddy wrote: Walahi Baba Yoruba lo! 😭😭And it’s painful but since death is inevitable,we can only pray that God almighty grant him rest. I personally learn and sometimes write down his undiluted Yoruba phrases and proverbs. O ma se o😭😭

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng