Popular American Radio Personality, Dan Foster, dies at 60

Popular American Radio Personality, Dan Foster, dies at 60

American born, Nigeria based radio personality, Dan Foster, has died.

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American born, Nigeria based radio personality, Dan Foster, has died.

The African American OAP who came to Nigeria in 2002 to work for CooL FM and never went back to the US, died today June 17. There are speculations he died of complications from COVID-19. He was 60 years old.

He worked at Cool FM for many years before moving to Inspiration FM, City FM and was working at Classic FM at the time his death. 

Dan Foster is survived by his wife and four children. May his soul rest in peace, amen.

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