Vanguard (Lagos)

23 March 2012

Nigeria: Late Mc Loph's Fiancée Gives Birth

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Late Osondi Owendi famed Mc Loph

The Fiancee of the late Osondi Owendi famed Mc Loph, Nkiru has given birth to a baby boy.

Nkiru, a medical practitioner, survived the accident that claimed the life of the popular DJ Mc Loph.

The talented musician, Mc Loph, born originally as Nwaozo Obiajulu, died when he lost control of his Ford Durango SUV which skidded and somersaulted into a ditch along Benin-Ore road before help could reach him.

Born in Anambra State, graduated from the university of Nigeria Nsukka and was the only son from a family of four.

Mc Loph who shot into national prominence with the release of a remix of the late highlife legend, Osita Osadebe's hit song Osondi Owendi was on his way to Enugu State for his traditional wedding with his fiancee when he died..

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