How I Predicted Keefe’s Death – Drummer Ara

How I Predicted Keefe’s Death – Drummer Ara

The Nigerian entertainment industry and Nigerians alike received with deep sadness the passing of gospel artiste Kefee fondly called Branama queen.

Kefee Obareki Don Momoh died on Friday, June 13, 2014 in the United States after suffering severe brain damage after she  fell into a coma on a flight to Chicago in the United States forcing the aircraft to make an emergency landing at a Los Angeles airport.

Nigerian female talking drummer, Ara has said she had premonitions about the late singers death.

Ara, who is a friend to Late Kefee has disclosed on a Best of Nollywood’s chat forum that she had a dream concerning Kefee’s  death and that she called the late singer to pray hard to avert it.

Ara, drummer
Ara, drummer

Here is an excerpt from her interview:

“I want to use this forum to appeal to my colleagues in the music industry. Less than two years ago, I had a dream about Keffee and immediately called her and narrated it to her, I also appealed to her not to make a joke of it….the rest is history.

Early this year, I had a dream and contacted Efe of NOW music as he’s the only one I could call and told him to please organise a forum for all musicians to assemble and pray against death amongst us (please confirm from Efe). It’s sad we had to lose my girlfriend, sister and colleague…so sad. When a revelation comes like that, it means there is a way out. Once again, we need to come together as a body under one roof to rebuke and pray about this revelation I had early this year. Yes, we all have different sources of prayer but this is a prayer we all must observe together. I beg you all. I didn’t want to speak out but I have no choice than to.”

Kefee is survived by her husband Teddy Don Momoh.

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