Gone yet not forgotten! Celebrities we lost too young

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Heaven is having a blast with the entry some of our top entertainers.

Kenya has lost some of it’s best talent in unfortunate incidents. They will be greatly missed.

Here are some of the top stars that no one can fill their shoes. Their absence is still being greatly felt.

Ayeiya- the comedian passed away in 2017 after a tragic road accident along Magadi road near the Catholic University of East Africa.

Janet Ikua – she featured in the hit song Anatimiza by Kambua after she survived the cancer battle.

She hosted the Nsoko property show and resigned to focus on her health.

Janet had been battling lung cancer. Unfortunately, she passed on April 2017 aged 38. She left behind a husband and two children.

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Producer Mark Okoth – He is the producer behind various hits like Kata, Ruracio, Gengetone Love, and many other songs. When he passed on, rap crew Matata official took to their Instagram page to announce his demise.

“IT IS WITH DEEP SADNESS WE ANNOUNCE THE SUDDEN DEATH OF OUR PRODUCER MARK MICK OKOTH AKA PINK. HE WAS THE PRODUCER BEHIND KATA, RURACIO, GENGETONE LOVE, GWASH/KANALI HAITAKI HASIRA, LUCHI STAR RIVAS AND MANY OTHER SONGS.
OUR HEARTS ACHE 🥺😢AS WE TRY TO COME TO TERMS WITH HIS SUDDEN DEMISE. A KIND VOICE WHICH WAS JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY. A FELLOW CREATIVE WHO HAD SO MUCH DREAMS AND AMBITIONS. A BROTHER WHO BELIEVED IN OUR CRAFT LONG BEFORE ANYONE ELSE DID AND HE TRUSTED IN OUR VISION. GOODBYES HURT THE MOST WHEN THE STORY WAS NOT FINISHED 🥺☹️😢 JUST WHEN YOU WERE IN THE PROCESS OF ACQUIRING FRUITS OF YOUR LABOR YOU HAVE LEFT US THIS HURT SO MUCH AND WE KNOW YOUR FAMILY IS HURTING EVEN MORE
THERE ARE NO GOODBYES FOR US. WHEREVER YOU ARE, YOU WILL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES 🤍🌹🕊.”

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Othuol Othuol – The Churchill show comedian real name Ben Mauric, shortly before his death opened up about his struggle with alcoholism and after recovering, he fell ill with tuberculosis.

He later on succumbed to a brain tumor and died at Kenyatta National Hospital where he had been receiving treatment.


Bob Collymore – the by then CEO of Safaricom lost the war against cancer on 1 July 2019. This news came as a shock to many Kenyans since when he came back from treatment he seemed to have been improving. He left behind his spouse Wambui Kamiru who he married in 2016.

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