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DJ Momo Nsereko was suffering from a condition where hard, pebble-like stones form inside the gallbladder. They are called gallstones and are said to be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball.
The condition is caused by the accumulation of bile components. According to Wikipedia, ‘presence of gallstones in the gallbladder may lead to acute cholecystitis, an inflammatory condition characterized by retention of bile in the gallbladder and often secondary infection by intestinal microorganisms, predominantly Escherichia coli and Bacteroides species.”
Early April, DJ Momo wrote on his Facebook wall thanking his friends for being there for him. “Been a bad week for me, was hospitalised, almost died but then God gave me another chance Alhamdulillah.
Special thanks go to my immediate and extended family for physical, financial and emotional support may God bless you. Thank you all my friends who visited me, sent me a get well soon messages and those who prayed for me…” This was probably his last message to throngs of fans who used to groove to his mixes in Club Rouge, Guvnor, and Mateos among others.
He underwent an operation but needed an extra Shs24m to go for another surgery India where he blessed his last on the operation table.
Dj Momo is survived by a wife and two children.
Another entertainer Martin Angume on Monday lost a battle to kidney complications at Mulago Hospital.