Popular Nigerian-American broadcaster Dan Foster dies in Lagos. He was a native of Washington DC

Popular Nigerian-American broadcaster, Dan Foster, has died. He was said to have died from COVID-19, according to reports in Nigeria on Wednesday.

A native of Washington DC in the United States, Foster was a popular voice on Cool FM, Inspiration FM, City FM and Classic FM in Nigeria where he has lived since the year 2000.

Foster was also a judge on the Idols and other talent hunt shows in Nigeria.

Reports in Nigeria also said Access Bank has shut its branch at Onne , Rivers State, after its manager, Mr. Obinna Anumba, reportedly died  of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Mr. Obinna Anumba 
Mr. Obinna Anumba

The bank was reported to have sent out a notice to anyone who had visited the Access Bank branch in the last two weeks to self-isolate.

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