Top Broadcaster Dan Foster ‘Dies Of Coronavirus’

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Dan Foster

Top broadcaster, Dan Foster, known also as The Big Dawg reportedly died on Wednesday of coronavirus.

Foster, Foremost radio presenter and Television host, whose demise was said to be linked to COVID-19, was revered as one of Nigeria’s finest radio presenters and had worked in quite a number of radio stations since his return to Nigeria.

He worked in the US at the Cathy Hughes Radio One and Mix 106.5. He started in Nigeria in the year 2000 at Cool F.M in a move that seemed to replace Marks Sylvia, before going on to Inspiration F.M. He also joined City F.M in 2014 and last worked with Classic F.M.

His TV stint saw him work as a judge on Idols West Africa alongside Dede Mabiaku and Nigeria Got Talent with Kate Henshaw.

He attended the Morgan State University where he studied Broadcasting and Drama after spending some time with the US Marines.

He is survived by his widow, Lovina Foster and his three children.

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