Baba Sala has featured in several Yoruba movies and while seeing his movies, one would certainly understand where contemporary Yoruba comic actors such as Baba Suwe, Mr Latin and others got their skills from.
Since the announcement of his death, there have been lots of reactions from Nigerians about the legendary Baba Sala:
Below are some of the reactions:
Among Yoruba people on twitter, Moses Adejumo – Baba Sala should be trending today!
We celebrated far less artist & here’s an ace comedian. Let’s be proud of our own as he was a giant of his time.
Let the #BabaSalaRIP trend. pic.twitter.com/GkvBZDlqaM
— Gbó̩láhàn Gbàdàmó̩sí (@GbolaGbadamosi) October 8, 2018
And we must remember how Baba Sala was also a musician, the one who mentored King Sunny Ade and taught him to strum guitar @iwalesino
— Dami Ajayi (@ajayidami) October 8, 2018
We pay tribute to Moses Olaiya (aka: Baba Sala), who died on Sunday 7 October, 2018 to whom Wole Soyinka dedicated the book ALAPATA APATA. We celebrate his life and career. #Bookcraft_ pic.twitter.com/4UNvI8JvX5
— bookcraftafrica (@bookcraftafrica) October 8, 2018
Watch some scenes from Baba Sala’s “Agba Man”.
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