Late Nigerian rapper Dagrin has been remembered by his fans and supporters, a decade after his sad passing

In commemoration of his remembrance, media executive, Olufemi Davies, donated relief items to his mother and siblings

Davies posted photos on his Facebook page and noted that they were warmly received by the family of the deceased rapper

It has been 10 long years since the passing of Nigerian rapper, Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun popularly known as Dagrin, who was famous for charting the course for indigenous rap in the music industry.

Several colleagues, fans and supporters of the late Pon Pon crooner flooded their respective social media pages with photos and touching words dedicated to the memory of the much-loved rapper.

Among those who took the celebration of Dagrin’s life a top-notch higher is a top media executive, Olufemi Davies.

The media business mogul and some other volunteers tracked down the family members of the late rapper and donated food items, cash to them.

Davies posted photos from the visit on his official Facebook page. He also noted that everyone that stopped by were warmly received by Dagrin’s mother and his siblings.

“Today, 10years ago, we lost a music rave in Nigeria, Dagrin… The MetroNews team, Otunba Rotimi Ajanaku Foundation Fatee Mohammed Foundation members were in Jankara, Agbado axis to give his mum and siblings food items to share with the needy, she received us warmly,” his caption read.

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By Johnny