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Torrents of tributes for Kefee

Chidinma

Chidinma

CHIDINMA

Kefee has truly left us. This is a sad day. God rest your soul, Kefee.

 

 

 

Nomoreloss

Nomoreloss

NOMORELOSS

I will focus not on how or why she died but celebrate the God she lived for and the light she shared with the world. Rest in peace, Kefee.

 

 

 

Timaya

Timaya

TIMAYA

A friend, a sister, a colleague and a strong woman, working with her on that Kokoroko song was a blessing. We will miss her so much.”

 

 

Lami

Lami

LAMI PHILLIPS

I don’t understand why this has to happen. May God grant her eternal rest, and comfort those she left behind.

 

 

Sunny Nneji

Sunny Nneji

SUNNY NEJI

This is a huge loss in the music industry. For a young and vibrant artiste like Kefee to die just like that is really painful. In fact, I am still in a shock.

 

K-Solo

K-Solo

K-SOLO

Kefee was a wonderful singer. I produced her Kokoroko song. I will miss her so much. Whenever she sang, the vocal just dropped and she wouldn’t even phantom how great her voice dexterity was. I can’t hold back these tears. I used to call her Irekef.

 

Sasha-Pee1SASHA

Now, you are looking at heaven, teach us Lord to number our days. Rest in peace, Kefee, God knows best.”

 

Chris Nwaokobia

Chris Nwaokobia

CHRIS NWAOKOBIA

Fare thee well Irekefe Obareki (Kefee), that was the name my siblings and I knew you whilst you grew in Safi (Sapele) and honed your singing talent with The Temple of Deliverance Mission Choir opposite my residence then. Your short term here was eventful, you gave a great bent to gospel music and won yourself countless laurels. May your birth yonder through your death meet with joy untold because to live in our hearts is not to die. All lovers of good music will miss you. Your close friend, my younger sister, Gloria in whose company you visited me a few years ago at the Le’Meridian Hotel in Abuja is crest fallen, and so are your friends, admirers and acquaintances, Sapele for sure is mourning but your transition is nobler for the hereafter is loftier. Goodbye Kefee now the angels shall sing you a remix of your hit song Kokoroko. We love you.

Eazy Lizzy

Eazy Lizzy

EASY LIZZY

I met Kefee through her husband, Teddy few years back. The first time I met her, she sounded so nice and accommodating. I felt so bad about her death because she’s so young, full of life and what a waste of great talent.

I still wonder why this could have happened to her but God knows best. When you start losing mates to death, your view of life changes drastically. Some of the things that seem important becomes irrelevant. May her soul rest in peace. Sleep on in the bosom of the Lord, Kefee.

 

-FOLUSO SAMUEL

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