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Mayanja Family Pay Tribute To Late Singer AK47

It’s been 3 years since fallen singer Emmanuel Mayanja aka AK47 died but his memory still remains fresh in the minds of Ugandans and most especially his family.

The late singer’s family, Jose Chameleone, Pallaso and mother paid a visit to his grave over the weekend.

Posting the painful visit on Instagram, Pallaso asked for God’s love and mercy to stay with him.

“My best friend. Another year on top of other years. My Emma my gun. May Gods love and mercy stay with you. ❤️❤️❤️ R.I.P young boss. #TrueDanceHallKing,” Pallaso wrote bucked by a photo they took at the deceased’s grave.

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My best friend. Another year on top of other years. My Emma my gun. May Gods love and mercy stay with you. ❤️❤️❤️😭😭😭😭 R.I.P young boss. #TrueDanceHallKing

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The ‘Valu Valu’ truck maker Jose Chameleone also shared the same photo with the caption saying AK47 is loved and will always stay alive.

“Because we love you @akfourtysevenmusic you will stay alive.”

 

AK47 passed away in March 16, 2015 at the age of 24. He was reportedly beaten at Dejavu bar in Kabalagala where he was later found lying unresponsive in the bathroom and died on his arrival at Nsambya hospital.

A postmortem report that was later released by the Police Forensic Pathologist Moses Byaruhanga showed that AK47 died from a blunt head trauma.

 

 

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