Kefee to be buried, Friday, July 11


Late Pop-Gospel singer, Kefee would be laid to rest,  Friday, July 11, 2014 in her hometown— Okpara-Inland, Ethiope East local government, Delta State.

This was disclosed by the  family, Wednesday, to members of the Kefee Memorial Committee — a collection of artists and entertainment personalities — who paid a condolence visit to Kefee’s parents in their Sapele, Delta State home.

The members of the committee who travelled to Sapele from Lagos included Sammie Okposo, Nikki Laoye, Annie Ibrahim, Gordons, Princess, Linda Etukudo, Rex Anighoro, Noah Momodu, Covenant and Chika 100%. “We will perform the last respects we owe our sister to the best of our abilities. We will let the world know that a queen was here and she will always be celebrated.

“She brought peace, happiness and love to the world even in her passing and even though we are heartbroken, we will be comforted in the fact that God knows best and we cannot question him”, he said. Okposo  who spoke on behalf of the committee said. According to a statement released by the late singer’s publicist, Thursday, he revealed that  Kefee’s hubby,  Teddy Don-Momoh, is already making arrangements to bring her body back from the U.S. and would arrive the country first to receive her body before taking her down to Delta State for burial. Kefee who was born  on Feb. 5, 1980 in Sapele, Delta State was known as the Branama Queen, in reference to her debut hit track and album, ‘Branama’.

The singer who has four albums to her credit— ‘Branama’, ‘Branama 2’ , ‘A Piece of Me’ and ‘Chorus Leader’ — teaming up with Timaya scored another hit,  ‘Kokoroko’,

Kefee passed away on June 13, 2014.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here