Lai Mohammed mourns Bukky Ajayi
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has described Bukola Ajayi, who passed on yesterday as an “iconic thespian and a colossus of her time who has left an indelible footprint in the country’s creative landscape.”
In a statement issued in Abuja on Thursday, the Minister said despite her advanced age, it was still with a sense of sadness and great loss that he received the news of the death of the veteran actress and broadcaster.
He said in a statement released today that:
”Her journey in the Nigerian creative industry spans decades of amazing performances in classic productions such as the unforgettable Village Headmaster and a number of critically-acclaimed stage and screen productions like ThunderBolt, Oduduwa, Women’s Cot, Mother of George and The Sisters.
“Her name will be etched in the mind of her colleagues and fans in Nollywood because of the memories she gave all of us to cherish. There is no doubt that she will forever be an inspiration to generations of people in the creative industry,”
He prayed that her soul rests in Peace.