Dillibe Onyeama, the famous Nigeria writer, has died.
The death of the 71-year-old was announced by his son, Dillibe Jnr. on his Facebook page on Friday.
Sharing pictures of the deceased, the grieving son stated that he has learnt a lot from his father’s life.
He wrote, “Even though we were far apart, I have never stopped loving you, never stopped thinking about you.
“I’ve learned a lot from your life, your love and your motivational words. Until we meet in the resurrection morning sweet daddy.
“Go with God. This isn’t goodbye.”
The older Onyeama was famous for his controversial novel, “Nigger at Eton”, where he detailed the racial discrimination he faced at the Eton College.
Onyeama was the first black boy to be admitted to the British school in the 60s.
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