Lovy Logomba marks twin brother Christian’s death anniversary
Prophet Lovy Logomba, a former secular singer who ruled the Kenyan airwaves in the 2000s with his twin brother, Christian Logomba, before they permanently relocated to the US, marked the second anniversary of the death of his twin which occurred on March 13, 2021.
Lovy has shared photos of himself carrying his brother’s casket and at the gravesite.
“Thank you, Lord Jesus, for overcoming death on our behalf. Thank you, Lord, that there are no hospitals or graveyards in Heaven. I miss you, Chris; one day, we will see each other again,” Lovy wrote.
His followers commiserated with him and offered their condolences.
“One sweet day bro Mum ,sis and the whole family at Jesus feet,” said Kenya’s Consul General in Los Angeles, Thomas Kwaka alias Big Ted.
“Papa you have been there for everyone serving and leading God’s people I pray that at this time you receive just as much support as you give the pain of loosing someone dear is never an easy one and every year the anniversary of their existence and death is a constant reminder. I believe that Christian is watching over you with the host of heaven smiling at you saying how proud he is of you. It is well Papa Lovy. May the bosom of the Lord cradle you at this time as you rest in him. 🙏,” said Gracefully Broken7.
The late Christian Logomba died in a Los Angeles hospital following complications related to brain cancer. Christian was first diagnosed with a tumor around 2015 which was successfully removed but the surgery left him with brain injuries.
“The tumor wasn’t cancerous, it was malignant but stage 4 meningioma (a tumor that forms on membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord inside the skull) so they took the tumor out but it was so big, really big. It grew over time and was pushing the brain on one side. So, when they took it out, there was some damage done to the brain tissue that was really severe. The first two years, Christian was fine and then the complications from the damage is what caused a lot of things. The overall damage to the brain. The tumor was removed once and for all it never came back,” Lovy said duirng a past interview.
Despite the tumor being removed, doctors said Christian wouldn’t live long, only for him to live on three more years in addition to what the doctors had calculated for him. He died at the hospital with his siblings by his side.
Subsequently, Lovy quit music, saying it would be weird to continue singing without his brother but hoped to soon release some of the songs his late brother had written before his death.