“Ombea Adui Yako” singer Peace Mulu loses close kin
Grace Mulu, the sister of Peace Mulu who is popular for the hit song Ombea Adui Yako, has passed on.
Grace, who is also a seasoned Kamba artiste and pastor at Faith in Word Ministries in Ngong, passed away on Saturday, February 27 after battling meningitis.
“Grace had visited the hospital on Thursday, February 25 after suffering a severe headache that persisted for two weeks. I had advised her no to take over-the-counter drugs, and that she should be examined. Upon examination at a medical facility, she was told that she was suffering from meningitis. She was consequently admitted at Modern Hospital in Komarocks, Nairobi where she passed away on Saturday, February 27,” said Faith Mulu, Grace Mulu’s younger sister.
“Family and friends are meeting every evening at Garden Square in Nairobi from 5:30 pm to 6 pm for funeral arrangements,” added Faith.
The late Unikumbuke singer will be laid to rest on Saturday, March 12 at Gai village in Mwingi North, Kitui County.
The third born in a family of seven siblings passed on aged 43.
Grace is the elder sister to Peace Mulu of Ombea Adui Yako fame and was known for hit songs such as Yesu Ithe Wa Syana Ndiwa, Nginyilite Ukangani and Unikumbuke.
Kenyans have taken to social media to condole with the late singer’s family.
Kanyili Alphonce Mutinda: I am really saddened and shocked beyond measure to learn the passing away of pastor Grace Mulu. I pass my condolences to my sister Peace Mulu and the entire family members. Pastor Grace Mulu R.I.P. The Bible says blessed are those who die in the lord.
Douglas Mulehi: My Condolences goes to the family of gospel singer Grace Mulu who passed on…”
Paybill number: 942198, account name: Grace has been set up for family, friends and Kenyans to contribute towards the singer’s funeral arrangements.
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