The body of veteran actor
and the second actor to act
as the Village Headmaster in
the classic TV that kept faces
glued to the TV screens in
the 80s and early 90s, Femi
Robinson who died at the age
of 75 on Wednesday, May 20,
has finally been laid to rest
on Friday, June 12.
The Church service held
Friday morning at the
Methodist Church, Nigeria,
Iju in Agege.
Reception followed later
at Tanima Events Centre
196b Iju Road, beside UNO
noodles Gudugba B/stop Iju
The reception saw a family,
friends, fans, well-wishers
and colleagues in the makebelieve
industry, including
veteran producer cum
director, Tunde Kelani who
posted photos of the burial
ceremony on his google+
timeline Friday morning.
“He was a great man. He
tried as much as he could to
change the world. He had
his personal views about life.
He was committed to truth
and he put his mind and
character to pursue his vision
and passion.
“He tried as much as possible
to change his environment,
the entertainment industry,
aviation industry, and arts
and culture industry. But as
God would have it, his death
was not good enough. He
has been credited for several
deeds in broadcasting, arts
and aviation.
“He was an embodiment of
ideas. Three months ago, he
came out of this and thought
he would survive it. He was
a man that never gave up,
but he could not beat this
one,” his son had said in a
statement after his death.
Late Robinson was as a
Public Relations expert,
Business and Theatre
Administrator, and the
pioneer Director of Programs
of the Ogun State Television,

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