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DJ Arafat Death: Davido’s Tribute “I Will Be There For Your Family”

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DMW Boss, again has reacted to the death of popular Ivorian artiste, Ange Didier Huon, aka who died on Monday.

We had earlier reported that DJ Arafat was involved in a road accident in Abidjan.

Arafat died from injuries on Monday at the Polyclinique des Deux Plateaux in Abidjan.

His motorcycle crashed into a car driven by a Radio Côte d’Ivoire journalist.

“He was admitted to the emergency room in a vegetative state. He had a skull fracture and oedema,” a doctor from the institution told Jeune Afrique on condition of anonymity.

Davido in a recent instagram post which we conformed to be a , he assured to carter for the late singer’s family as long as he’s alive. He equally shared his amazing moments with the singer during his concert in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

Read his tribute below..

Last time we performed together at My concert in Abidjan �� @djarafat !! Woke up this morning still can’t believe you gone! I love you brother… I will be there for your family as long as I’m here ! Like they say The best flowers are picked first �� ! Enjoy heaven YOROBO ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ REST IN PERFECT PEACE ❤️❤️

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Actress Rachael Okonkwo Loses Mum, says her world is shattered

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Nollywood actress, Rachael Okonkwo popularly known As Nkoli has cried out after losing her beautiful mother to the cold hands of death, saying her world is shattered and her life crumbled.

The actress who’s known for her versatility took to her verified Instagram page on yesterday to announce the death of her mother.

In her first post, Rachael said “My life will never remain the same

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Regina Daniels’ father reconciles with daughter, son-in-law, gives reasons

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Jude Ojeogwu, Father of Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, has said that he decided to reconcile with her daughter’s billionaire husband, Ned Nwoko, following the birth of his grandson.

Regina Daniels recently gave birth to a baby boy, her first child for politician husband, Nwoko.

Barrister Ojegwu had staunchly opposed the marriage of the then 20-year old actress to the business mogul.

At the baby’s naming ceremony, held in Abuja yesterday evening, Ojeogwu told journalists that the birth of the baby made him reconcile with his billionaire son-in-law for the sake of peace, joy, and happiness.

Nwoko and Regina named their son Munir at the ceremony where Ojeogwu insisted that the birth of the new baby made him change his mind about Nwoko.

“The birth of this child has answered the question (about the controversy); everybody craves for peace, joy, and happiness. I have accepted everything,” he said.

“I feel very happy having a grandchild and that is why I am here. I traveled all the way from Lagos to this place just to celebrate with the family.

“I told him (Nwoko) and the mother to call him Ifechukwude which means what God has written.”

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