*Obiajulu, head of Ait transmission in tears says we can’t question God
* Cameraman Sam Akpan says he is still alive
*Jide Kosoko, says I can’t forget his good deeds to me personally
Days after DAAR Communication founder, High Chief Raymond Aleogho Dokpesi was buried in his hometown, Fugar in Edo State, tributes are still pouring in from different parts of Nigeria describing the media mogul as a compassionate entity that cannot easily be forgotten.
Nollywood stars and super producers and DAAR Communication staff hailed the High Chief for touching their lives in various ways.
Super film producer, Zeb Ejiro had alot to say about the role he played in the formative years of Nollywood.
Another super producer in the make believe industry, Ralph Nwadike also hailed Dokpesi for playing the father figure to place Nollywood where it’s today.
Also, Fidelis Duker a powerful film producer spoke extensively on his role at the formation stages of Nollywood.
Nollywood wood veteran, Jide Kosoko went memory lane recalling how Dokpesi gave him contract to supply goods to DAAR Communication in Lagos.
He said: I can’t forget his good deeds to me personally and I pray God to grant him eternal rest and continue to allow his legacies remain valid on earth.
Head of DAAR Communication transmission, Obiajulu Iwambaru in years said: “We can’t question God He knows best. He was a father figure to as I never had a father. He trained me on this job to train others.
A cameraman with Ait said:He is still alive, he is not dead. He was a detribalised Nigerian, tribe was not in his lexicon. He was father to all at all times. We are going to truly miss him.