Some Nollywood actors took to their Instagram to pay tribute to their friend and colleague, Rasheed Abu who died of unknown illness.

The actor’s death was publicly announced by his friend/colleague Yomi Gold on Thursday April 16 on his Instagram page.

He wrote:

” I just lost a dear friend, death comes when we don’t expect. My prayer to your family and friends, our moment together as friends will always be special to me. Love forever Abu

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Actress Wunmi Toriola also wrote on her page:

As much as I hate the RIP caption, I must say is another sad news that pinches my heart; we were together at a party in December. “We gisted about all that we have missed considering that we were trained together at Odunfa Caaucus, it was so nice to see each other again. “Only for me to hear that Abu is gone, such a young chap. May your soul rest in peace Abu. So sad,” 

Alesh Rilwan, another friend to the deceased also mourned the late actor

He wrote:

Rasheed Abiodun Abu, you left, I believe is based on God’s wish. I pray for Al-Janah Firdaus for you bro. RIP,”

Kikelemo wrote: Will forever miss you Abu. May Almighty Allah forgive your sins and grant you Al-Janah Firdaus. This is a great loss.” 

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Actor Bigval Jokotoye said ”This is vanity. Rest in peace Abu. 

Another actor, Ibrahim Chatta narrated his last experience with the late actor, saying: 

“I am just in shock seeing this, this morning. “I remember you running after me and moving around with me at Alhaji Taiwo Hassan Ogogo’s birthday party. “You called me recently to invite me for your job and I said to you that I had stopped working, now I wish I had said yes. Ah! Is it all over now? I pray Allah forgives your sins,” he said. 

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