The death of the able Egyptian broadcaster, “Abla Fadela”, and these are her most prominent stations

Cairo: Hany Kamal El Din

Hours ago, the able Egyptian broadcaster Fadila Tawfiq Abdelaziz, known as “Abla Fadila,” passed away from our world, at the age of 93, in Canada.

Reem Ibrahim, the daughter of “Abla Fadila”, announced the news of her death through her official account on the “Facebook” website, revealing the date and place of the funeral and condolences.

And she added, “The funeral prayer will be held on Friday, March 24, after the Friday prayer at the Othman Mosque in Pickering, Canada.”

“Abla Fadila” is considered one of the most famous presenters of children’s programs in the Arab world, and she influenced the hearts of thousands of children of the seventies, eighties and nineties with her distinctive voice, through the most famous program for children on Egyptian radio in the Arab world, where she was distinguished by her simple and different voice and performance while telling educational stories and stories, Trying to instill educational values ​​and principles in children.

The late was born on January 4, 1929, and “Abla Fadila” graduated from the Faculty of Law, but in 1953 she began her career on Egyptian radio at the hands of “Baba Sharo”, the most famous presenter of children’s programs at the time.

In addition to her success in children’s programs, “Abla Fadila” has one of the most famous radio programs, “Ghinwa and His Story”, in which she interviewed and hosted many important and well-known personalities in various fields, most notably: Anis Mansour, Abdel Halim Hafez, Naguib Mahfouz, and Fayza Ahmed. , and former President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak and his wife, and many of the most prominent guests at the level of the Arab world.

And about her personal life, “Abla Fadila” is the sister of actress Mohsna Tawfiq, and she was born to a Turkish mother, who combines kindness and firmness as she described it, and she is the one who influenced her formation. One “rim”.

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