Kelly Hansome Singer blames Imo state government for death of grandmother

The bereaved singer took to Instagram to lament the loss of his grandmother.

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Nigerian pop singer, Kelly Hansome, has lost his grandmother from complications related to high blood pressure.

According to star, his grandmum was shocked by news of the killings and destruction that happened in the Eke Ukwu market in Owerri, Imo State last week.

The bereaved singer took to Instagram to lament the loss of his grandmother.

 

He wrote, "Just so you know, my Grandmother died from complications that developed after her blood pressure went up from the news of killings and destruction of the EKE UKWU MARKET in Owerri.

The fear created by the Chaos and lives lost by the shootings raised her blood pressure too high and this eventually resulted to a heart attack which the doctors tried to manage to no avail."

The angry singer then went on to blame the state government for her demise whilst consoling those who lost loved ones and valuables.

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"Now she’s gone, never to return. What have I done to deserve this? So this what I get in return from the Imo State Government? Nnu emena.

‘To all those that have lost their loved ones or valuables or even both, please take heart. My comfort lies in one unchangeable fact – NA GOD GET POWER.

‘Till we meet again Mmakuku, rest in peace. Owerre wu Owerre nwe mmanu, ndewo nu o. Udo," he wrote.

Once a forgotten man in the present scheme of things, Kelly Hansome’s return to the music game has been a slow and calculated attempt at opening up conversations, re-announcing the brand and giving us a new variation of his music.

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