Rapper, MI Abaga, and comedian, AY Makun, have mourned radio personality, Dan Foster, who died on Wednesday.
They all shared their condolence messages on Wednesday shortly after news of his death was confirmed.
MI Abaga tweeted, “Dan Foster, you played your part with grace and excellence.. we will not forget you. Rest in peace king.”
AY Makun wrote on Instagram, “The Big Dawg Dan Foster will never be forgotten in the history of broadcasting here in Nigeria. RIP.”
In his tribute, Bovi credited the late broadcaster for encouraging him to stay in Lagos when he moved to Lagos in 2003.
“When I moved to lagos in November 2003, Dan Foster was one of the reasons I didn’t run back home to delta state. I tuned into cool fm one morning and Dan made me love radio. Rip big dawg! I’m sad you left. But I’m happy your mark remains forever,” he wrote.
Others who mourned the late presenter include fellow radio presenters, Toke Makinwa and Omotunde Adebowale, popularly known as Lolo1.
Toke tweeted, “Rest in Power Dan Foster.”
While Lolo1 wrote on Instagram,”2020…wetin. DanFoster you have joined the legends in the other plane. Radio will never forget you…You left your mark…”
Foster had until his death worked with Cool FM, Inspiration FM, City FM and Classic FM.
Also known as The Big Dawg, the ace broadcaster is believed to have died of coronavirus.
Foster is survived by a wife and three children – Joshua – whom he had from his previous marriage and Daniella and Somtochukwu, whom he had with wife, Lovina.