The remains of foremost journalist, author and national icon, Mr. Peter Pan Enahoro was buried in London on Wednesday.
He died in the United Kingdom (UK) on April 24 this year at 88.
Enahoro became editor of Nigeria’s oldest newspaper, the Daily Times, at the age of 23 and proceeded to carve a niche for himself as a satirist, standing on the side of the people.
Widespread eulogies trailed his demise and tributes to a fine gentleman of the pen profession.
Publisher of Daily Times of Nigeria (DTN), Mr. Fidelis Anosike, said today’s interment would not end the life and times of Enahoro, but elevate his legend globally.
DTN, he said, has embarked on activities to honour the late icon. DTN, which Enahoro led, will be 100 in three years’ time.
Anosike said: “Daily Times of Nigeria is proud of the landmarks of the legend, Peter Enahoro. Indeed, one can rightly say his engagements were a labour of love for the development of Nigeria and the vibrant press in the country today owed much of its credit to Peter Enahoro’s bold and courageous skill with the pen to hold those in power accountable to the people.”