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Gospel singer Mr Seed pays tribute to late friend Ambrose Khan

Gospel singer Mr Seed has expressed his heartfelt condolences following the tragic passing of his close friend, Ambrose Khan, in a fatal accident involving him and DK Kwenye Beats.

The incident occurred on April 29, 2023, leaving Mr Seed with a pelvic fracture and claiming the life of Ambrose Khan.

Taking to his Instagram page, Mr Seed penned a touching tribute to his late friend, remembering him as a kind-hearted individual.

He shared his disbelief and the profound impact Khan’s departure has had on him.

The tribute read;

“May 29th is a day I will never forget in my life. I lost a brother, a humble guy I knew… Till now, I still don’t believe it. RIP Khan. We spent the whole day with you, had good times, and shared a lot of ideas and future plans. We will miss you, man.”

Accompanying his tribute, Mr Seed shared photos of Khan’s burial, expressing his profound sadness.

He prayed for God to grant peace and comfort to Khan’s family, friends, and all those who knew him.

Mr Seed concluded with a poignant farewell, saying: “Till we meet again, keep resting in peace.”

Ambrose Khan, who tragically lost his life in the accident, was in the same vehicle as Mr Seed and DK Kwenye Beats.

However, Ambrose was the only fatality from their car, while two others lost their lives from the other vehicle involved in the accident.

According to his social media profiles, Ambrose Khan was a photographer, video director, and the owner of Khan Clarity, a company he founded.

He had collaborated with numerous local celebrities, including Terryanne Chebet, Brenda Wairimu, and Carolina Carlz, showcasing his talent and creativity in capturing their moments.

On Saturday, DK Kwenye Beat also expressed his condolences and paid tribute to his late friend and the families of the other individuals who lost their lives in the accident.

“The aftermath of the accident has been a difficult and painful journey for all involved.

I extend my heartfelt condolences to the families who have lost their loved ones, and my thoughts and prayers go out to my fellow brother in Christ, Ambrose, who passed away.

I pray that God will bring comfort and healing to all of you during this challenging time, embracing you with His caring and warm hands,” shared DK Kwenye Beat.

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