Radio Legend - Dan Foster passes on at 61.

Nigeria mourns as Radio Legend & Producer, Dan Foster, passes on at the age of 61.

Dan Foster, a former U.S Marine & Nigerian Radio On-Air Personality died due to Corona Virus complications on the 17th June 2020.

 

Dan Foster, a former U.S Marine & Nigerian Radio On-Air Personality died due to Corona Virus complications on June 17th, 2020.

Popularly known as the “Big Dawg”, Dan Foster joined the Cool FM family in the year 2000 and  hosted the show “Good Morning Nigeria” Show.

His voice and personality won over the hearts of many Nigerians on & off the radio - he took the world of Radio and made it one everyone, adult or child , wanted to be a part of.

“ Dan Foster is a legend in the game, one who taught me everything about radio from production to voice control” - “Mannie”

“ Dan Foster will be greatly missed, he made me do what I’m doing right now. I used to listen to him as a child every morning and he made me feel like…….it was okay to be myself” - Taymi B

“Thank you for all the magic you brought to the game, thank you for inspiring me, you gave me fire. For every time you pushed me, for all the times ……for all the times you taught me how to do it.” - Do2un

“I’m so honoured & privileged to have worked to have been able to experience him, to have been able to learn first hand from him…….Kemi Smallie, he would call me….never Kemi Smallz”. - Kemi Smallz

 

 

The official statement below was released by CEO - CoolFM, Wazobia FM, Nigeria Info

- Serge Noujaim 

 

 

 

The CoolFM team put together a tribute to the legend and it was shared across

 social media platforms.

 

 

 

 

 

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