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Baba Sala Beg Nigerians For Financial Support

Veteran comedian and actor, Moses Olaiya, popularly known as Baba Sala, has requested for financial help from Nigerians for his health.

According to a report by Punch, the veteran, who is down with stroke made the plea at a briefing that was held for his upcoming biography which is scheduled for release in December.

“I need help. Nigerians should help me. I am not dead yet, they should not let me die suffering," an ill Sala said.

According to the report, the veteran could barely walk and was supported to the venue.

His first son Reverend Dele Adejumo said that all business investments of the aged veteran including Alawada Standard Hotel, Alawada Records and Alawada Photo magazine, has been ruined by circumstances and poor management.

Baba Sala, who is taken to a hospital weekly, needs a lot of money for medical treatment abroad.

The upcoming biography titled ‘The Triumph of Destiny’ was co-authored by Babatunde Akinola, Collins Oyedokun, and Kunle Ajani, and captures the antecedents and essence of the creative energies of Sala as a comical trailblazer.

Significantly, Baba Sala started his career in show business as a Highlife musician, fronting in 1964, a group known as the Federal Rhythm Dandies.

He tutored and guided the jùjú music maestro King Sunny Adé, who was his lead guitar player.

He is popular for movies such as "Orun Mooru,"
"Aare Agbaye," "Diamond," "Ana Gomina" among others.

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