Two days ago, Malawian hip hop artist Martin Nkhati alias Martse promised started a campaign to raise funds for primary schools desk in the Country. Little did anyone know that this was his final post.
Martin Nkhati has been reported dead leaving Malawian citizens and hip hop lovers in a sombre mood. Martse was involved in a fire accident and was rushed to hospital. He has been in ICU.
Many have penned mourning and condolences messages, including Doctor Namadingo penned an emotional message on Facebook mourning.
Photos of Martin Nkhati
Martse has Sang several songs including Mwano, Mwapindulanji, Adidas, Tchwe, Ndo One among other songs.
It is really heartbreaking losing such a promising and hardworking Artist. It was so sudden losing Martse. May his soul rest in peace. Condolences to the bereaved friends and family members of the departed soul. We shall really miss you.
Feel free to pen a rest in peace or condolences messages to the bereaved.
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