Nigerian Celebrities Pay Tribute To Kefee Obareki, Gospel Singer Who Died In LA
June 14, 2014 – Nigerian Celebrities Pay Tribute Kefee Obareki, Gospel Singer Who Died In LA
Popular Nigerian singer Kefee Obareki passed away exactly 4 am on Friday morning at an undisclosed hospital in Los Angeles
News of Kefee’s death has soon gone viral, with colleagues and fans displaying her photographs on various social media platforms.
Equally devastated by the news, gospel music artiste, Lara George said, “We were colleagues in the industry. Not so many of us are female gospel artistes in the industry. I have met her several times. We have been on stage together several times. We interacted as colleagues. I won’t say that we were very close, but we knew each other well.
“I will miss her drive. She seems to me like a very determined woman who had been through so much and yet kept her faith in God. For me, that is one of the biggest testimonies that one can have. She kept her focus on God in spite of whatever it is that life threw at her. In her, I admired the drive to succeed and the drive to keep at what she was doing and to keep on expanding her frontiers and enlarging her territory,” George said.
Check out more torching tributes to the late singer below
Who are we to question God? -Chinyere Nwabueze, actress
The number of celebrity deaths of recent is so embarrasing and it’s giving me concern. We were all praying for Kefee to come out of coma only to wake up to this sad news. Who are we to question God? I guess, He needs her more than we do. Kefee died so young but she made a mark. It’s not how long that one lives that matters but how well.
Her death has created a big vacuum-Essence, singer
She was my sister and friend, her death has created a big vacuum. Adieu Kefee
It’s hard to believe you’re gone-Aneke Twins.
It’s hard to believe that you are gone my sister and my friend. I haven’t stopped crying. I will miss you, the world will miss you. May your soul rest in peace. We love you but God loves you more. Adieu Kefee.
This is a rude shock-Ejiro Okurame, actress
I have been praying so hard to see Kefee come out of coma but I got another rude shock again after losing my dear friend, Lizzy Ogbodo, who also never came out of coma. I have received so many bad news this month and I’m just trying to be strong. Kefee’s death is a big blow to me.
We will all miss you-Lisa C, singer
It’s hard to hold back the tears. Dear Kefee, my beloved sister and friend. You shone your light to the world. We love and miss you. Rest on in the Lord’s bossom till we meet at the rapture.
I am speechless; I have nothing to say.
I still can’t believe she’s dead-Dj Gosperalla
I don’t know what to say because I am yet to believe that my younger sister from another mother is gone until her corpse arrive Nigeria. Your legacy will continue to live on. Adieu my sister.
Kefee was like my younger sister-DJ Jimmy Jatt
Kefee was like a younger sister to me. We were in the studio when she was recording her last song. She loved God so passionately and she lived a good life. Adieu woman of good nature and warm smiles.
The industry has lost a rare gem-Cynthia Onuoha, actress
The industry has lost a great icon. Keffi brought life to the music industry with her talented dance steps; she had so much zeal to get to the top and she didn’t relent. A wonderful mother and a sweet coach. Rest in peace.
May her soul rest in perfect peace (amen).