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The AON family express deep grief regarding the death of our professor, and friend Dr. Esiaba Irobi. He passed away on May 3, 2010 in Berlin, Germany.
Dr. Esiaba Irobi was born in the Republic of Biafra and has lived in exile in Nigeria , Britain and the USA . He studied at the Universities of Nigeria, Sheffield , Leeds and holds a B.A. in English/Drama, M.A. Comparative Literature, M.A. Film/Theatre, and a PhD in Theatre Studies. His play, Cemetery Road , won the prestigious World Drama Trust Award for playwriting in 1992. His other published plays include Hangmen Also Die ...
Truely an illustrious son of Nigeria. He was funny, an intellect, humble, and friendly. May his soul rest in peace. Please join us as we pray for his soul, and family.
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