Corona virus has been a deadly disease for the last one year. With its ease of spread, it has claimed lives of major Icons and Affiliate individuals allover the world. Prior to taking the life of Honourable john Pombe Magufuli, the president of Tanzania. Yet again we are mourning the death of a renowned hit marker for the last decade when it comes to Benga music. Albert had been admitted tat Kenyatta National Hospital for the last two months. It is suspected that most likely the Corona virus has claimed his life.
He has left the hearts of Kenyans ailing. Especially to the middle aged who used to listen to his music while they were young. Albert had been a master when it comes to music production and releasing hits. He is popularly known for his hit song "Mwendwa Wakwa Mariru." Besides being a musician he was also precocious when it comes to books. As he was trained lawyer and accountant, this shows that he was focused and highly inspired many people on how he could balance such careers while still releasing hit music.
Investigations are currently running on what would have caused his death. We wish him a great farewell as he was an inspiration to many .
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