President William Ruto joins the nation in mourning Ally B.

The president of Kenya William Samoei Ruto joined the nation in mourning the death of singer Ally B who died after a short period of illness. The head of state described the deceased as a talented artist whose music have forestered unity in different communities.

“I join the music fraternity in mourning the passing of Ally B, a musician who harnessed his talent to foster unity and harmony in our society.

“Ali Khamisi Mwanguli inscribed his message of peace deep within our hearts, and we will forever carry that meaningful tune. May God provide solace to his family, friends and devoted fans,” wrote the President.

His brother, Mohammed Ramadhan confirmed the news to local media outlets, saying that he returned home feeling unwell in the afternoon, leading them to rush to the hospital.

“We took him to Makadara, but he did not make it,” he said.

Messages of condolence have begun to trickle in from the singer’s colleagues and fans.

The renowned Benga artiste Suzanna Owiyo wrote on Instagram: “Oh No..This is the saddest news I have heard today. Ally B is no more. Rest in Power.”

Rapper Khaligraph Jones wrote: “Sad day for Kenya Today, we just lost a legendary Artist from the Coast. Rest well Brother Ally B.”

“Oh no, I loved the song Maria,” wrote one Wanja.

Mombasa-based blogger Mykol Machampali told an online news website that the singer experienced complications with blood pressure right before his passing.

“The person who was with him last week said he had been diagnosed with pneumonia. He developed complications today. It seems his pressure went up, and as he was being rushed to the hospital, he passed on,” Machampali said.

When the news was posted on a popular Instagram page, fans remembered him for his talent and music that has stood the test of time.


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