Gospel singer, Kefee Don Momoh, has been confirmed dead. She reportedly passed on in the early hours of today, after being in coma for weeks in an undisclosed American hospital.
She allegedly went into a coma, after collapsing on a 14-hour flight on her way to Chicago for an event about a two weeks ago. A close family source revealed she was diagnosed of having pre-eclampsia - pregnancy induced high blood pressure.
OAP Yaw, a close friend of her husband, OAP Teddy Don Momoh confirmed the news on Wazobia Fm this morning, saying: "One of her our very own is dead. May her soul rest in peace."
Kefee whose music career started at age eight in her church choir, was famous for her gospel songs 'Branama' and 'Kokoroko'. She won several awards including the best collaboration Headies Award in 2010.
Until her death, she resided happily with her husband in the US and managed her restaurant, Branama Kitchen, in Lagos.