His friend and late singer, Olumuyiwa Osinuga, popularly known as Nomoreloss, championed the cause to save OJB's life. Nomoreloss rallied for funds and went on to TV to speak about the producer’s plight.
As the chairperson of the OJB Donation Committee, Nomoreloss was able to raise $100,000 for the producer.
And now, OJB Jezreel in an interview with Encomium Weekly on Friday, March 25, 2016 speaks compassionately about the loss of his very dear friend.
Speaking on his reaction when he heard about Nomoreloss' death he said,
"There are some people if they tell you they are going to die, you will say no, it is not possible. So, I was completely in shock, I turned off my phones immediately for like a day or two. I didn't want people to get in touch with me because I didn't want to break the news that Nomoreloss was dead."
According to him, Nomoreloss was a very selfless and happy man. He told the entertainment magazine, "He had a way of stirring you up. He was a selfless person. he would do anything for anybody. Even if it warrants removing his eyes, he wouldn't raise any objection. He was a very selfless person."
"I don't think you will find two people who are down to earth and want to help genuinely with no strings attached like Nomoreloss," he continued.
On Monday, March 21, 2016 Nomoreloss was snatched by the cold hands of death. There has been a large outpouring of grief from his friends and fans.
Besides being a great singer and songwriter he was also a compassionate human being.
Watch Nomoreloss' last major performance at Afropolitan Vibes last year below;