Our dear @MrStanleyNwabia died this morning after a brief illness.— Tosin Olugbenga (@TosinOlugbenga) September 29, 2019
Dear Stanley Nwabia, we would miss your voice against the anti people's policies of the govt
Another brilliant mind of ours lost to the cold hands of death.
Rest In Peace King!
Stanley Nwabia's death is so devastating for me. We have worked extensively over multiple projects, we keep in touch constantly. Upright, brilliant, hardworking, honest guy. Spoke to him last week. This one hits home. I am broken. Rest in peace @MrStanleyNwabia 💔— Kelvin Odanz (@MrOdanz) September 29, 2019
I am indeed deeply touched and saddened by the demise of Stanley Nwabia.— Adamu Garba II (@adamugarba) September 29, 2019
For the life you've lived, Stanley, you did extremely well. May God continue to bless all the people you cared about and Rest in Peace my brother. pic.twitter.com/LGvel3879L
As we come to terms with the passing of @stanleynwabia, let's remember that though he passionately disagreed with many of us politically, he did so based on his paradigm of what a better 🇳🇬 ought to be. He's moved on, let's honor his memory and pray for his soul to rest in peace.— Mr. Aye Dee (@MrAyeDee) September 29, 2019
He was outspoken and upright about his positions and stance. He never cowered to intimidation. He was a cheerful, kind and compassionate man.— #BetterNigeria (@BetterNG) September 29, 2019
He was also a man of his words.
We will all miss you.
Rest in Peace Stanley Nwabia. #RIPStanleyNwabia #BetterNigeria pic.twitter.com/A3o5zEIU21
Stanley Nwabia was a Co Editor of Daura Times during its runtime.— Parosident (@TheMbuhari) September 29, 2019
A creative man, a genius.
Life is truly vain. pic.twitter.com/l1awgHYvVq
His last tweet before he died:
Oh well, let bygones be bygones. #FreeSowore— Prof Stanley Nwabia (@MrStanleyNwabia) September 25, 2019