“The kids are distraught, I am pissed….” Dan Foster’s wife mourns
The late Dan Foster’s wife, Lovina Davina, has penned down an emotional tribute in his honore.
Kemi Filani News reports that the late media personality Dan Foster who died from COVID-19 complications while undergoing treatment at a medical facility in Lagos, is survived by his widow, Lovina Foster and their three children.
His wife, Lovina, confirmed that he was tested for the COVID-19 and the result came back positive on Tuesday and he died on Wednesday afternoon.
In her tribute posted on Instagram hours after his death, Lovina wrote:
“My heart is broken….! My love, my prince, I have been told not to question God, as all things happen for a reason….yet, I cannot, for the love of me, understand the reason behind this. Even as you lay right here looking all peaceful, I know, you see me, in pain, shaking all over, trying hard to process what just happened to me!
Your kids are distraught, I for one, am PISSED!!!! Am soooo angry, am so vexed. Someone, pls help me explain, cos his work is not done yet. He had so many plans, so many ideas, the future never looked brighter. Now what??? Oh death, You have played a fast one on me.
Dear God, you loved Dan so much, so I know now you loved him so much, You called him to You! You are the Ultimate One,Lord! He is your son! So I bid him farewell as You bid him welcome! Daniel….just know that i will never forget you, the world will never forget you,your kids will never forget you. I love you! I will always love you! Adieu, My King!
I miss you already, I miss you soooo much, you just left a large vacuum in my heart! Pls dan, I miss your voice! Just say sth, just one word to me! Please, my dear husband! Please, I need you!!”
Prior to his death, the popular OAP, Dan Foster, worked with Cool FM, Lagos. He was also at Inspiration FM and City FM.
Foster also worked at the Cathy Hughes Radio One and Mix 106.5 in America.
He was a judge on Idols West Africa alongside Dede Mabiaku and Nigeria Got Talent with Kate Henshaw.
He attended Morgan State University where he studied Broadcasting and Drama after spending some time with the US Marines.