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In Pictures: Fifth Edition Of Felabration

Published on October 14, 2013 by   ·   9 Comments

From left, Vivan Goldman, Prof John Collins, and Mrs Yemisi Ransome Kuti.

Guest at the Fela Debates

Elenor Wini, representing Nana Rita Marley, one of the Speakers.

From left Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti with Prof John Collins

Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti, Moderator at theevent, Prof John Collins, Vivan Goldman, Prof Sola Olorunyomi

from left Vivan Goldman and Prof Sola Olorunyomi, both speakers at the event. Photo Idowu Ogunleye.

Faces at the The fifth edition of the Fela Debates “Movement of the people” The Fela and Bob Marley perspectives, held in Lagos, Southern Nigeria. Photos: Idowu Ogunleye

From left, Vivan Goldman, Prof John Collins, and  Mrs Yemisi Ransome Kuti.

From left, Vivan Goldman, Prof John Collins, and Mrs Yemisi Ransome Kuti.

from left Vivan Goldman and Prof Sola Olorunyomi, both speakers at the event. Photo Idowu Ogunleye.

from left Vivan Goldman and Prof Sola Olorunyomi, both speakers at the event.

Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti, Moderator at theevent, Prof John Collins, Vivan Goldman, Prof Sola Olorunyomi

Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti, Moderator at the event, Prof John Collins, Vivan Goldman, Prof Sola Olorunyomi

From left Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti with Prof John Collins

From left Ms Yemisi Ransome Kuti with Prof John Collins

Elenor Wini, representing Nana Rita Marley, one of the Speakers.

Elenor Wini, representing Nana Rita Marley, one of the Speakers.

Guest at the Fela Debates

Guest at the Fela Debates

 

 

 

 

 

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9 Comments for “In Pictures: Fifth Edition Of Felabration”

  1. Suny Lulu

    May the Almighty God grant them eternal rest. Both of them served the black race at the time alloted to them by fate and departed as fate dictated. They came, they saw, they conqured.

  2. Suny Lulu

    May the Almighty God grant them eternal rest. Both of them served the black race at the time alloted to them by fate and departed as fate dictated. They came, they saw, they conquered.

  3. detan

    Fela and Bob have fought a good fight and won the race. Saints Triumphant is their journey to eternity. Using the same weapon, both fought the fight from different continents and in seemingly different directions but eventually met in a global village that was evolving then. Adieu . . . .

  4. They both tried while they were alive,may their souls be granted rest,Amen….

  5. Daniel Omoyiola

    May their souls rest in peace. No prayer for the dead can change anything. They are gone and I will likely go one day, but the question remains where will I spend eternity. If only in this world we have hope, we are of all men the most miserable.
    What shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses his soul. Popularity is good in this world but does it matter hereafter. R-E-P-E-N-T

  6. Adetunji

    Fela and marley message are prophetical in their time. rest in peace

  7. sule

    ARE YOU SURE THEY MADE HEAVEN

  8. SULE

    are you sure they made heaven? see Gal:5;18-19. God will judge by his own standards not mans standards and records

  9. kogberegbe

    shhshhhssh suuuule ni e looto.

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