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Ras Kimono Dies Of Asthma Attack & Liver Disease, Corpse At TOS Funeral Home Ikeja..Insider Reveals What Killed Reggae Singer

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Ras Kimono Dies Of Asthma Attack & Liver Disease, Corpse At TOS Funeral Home Ikeja Lagos..Insider Revealed What Killed The Reggae Singer Days To His US Trip

Popular Reggae musician Ras Kimono has passed on to glory.

The Delta born musician whose real names are Ukeleke Onwubya gave up the ghost this morning after complication with  Liver Disease and Asthma Attack.

According to a close family source, the deceased whose condition became very critical last night was informed to travel to the United States for a life saving surgery.

NG learnt that we was in the process of gathering donations for his treatment when death snatched him away from his family.

After suffering asthma attack last night, he was rushed to Lagos Lagoon Hospital where he gave up the ghost even after being placed on life support machine.

He died at Lagoon Hospital in Ikoyi around 6am on Sunday the 10th of June 2018.

Kimono who once said he was a vegetarian who has never indulged in smoking and drinking reportedly relapsed before his death.

A medical source said weight issue contributed to the death of Ras Kimono at 60.

His body has been transported to TOS Funeral Home in Alausa area of Ikeja Lagos where he is expected to the taken to his home town in Delta state for burial.

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The vehicle conveying his body to Tos funeral home

May his soul rest in peace (amen).



  1. omolabake Agunbiade

    June 10, 2018 at 8:31 PM

    Wow…and the man died. Recently I asked someone if we will ever have musicians in Nigeria that really sing out the hopelesssituation in Nigeria economy now one is gone. Rest in peace Ras Kimono….under pressure Nigeria still under pressure

  2. Sam Loco Ife

    June 10, 2018 at 9:07 PM

    I saw the guy on Friday, he look unwell, I though he was high on crack cocaine

  3. Flavour

    June 11, 2018 at 12:01 AM

    He looked unwell physically when he performed early 2018 during his 35th years on stage celebration.
    He did talk about Fulani herdsmen menace!
    An icon has gone home.
    RIP kimono

  4. Eniayewun Steve

    June 14, 2018 at 1:13 PM

    My favourite reggae artist after Jimmy Cliff is gone! He became my favourite after releasing arumba style in 1989 and have been enjoying his subsequent releases. RIP Kimono.

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