Lady Maureen

Ohangla queen Lady Maureen is no more. The legendary artiste, whose real name is Maureen Achieng passed away at around 3am in Migori county where she was living with her cousin.

Lady Maureen

She has been in and out of hospital for the past two years.

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The Wagni Wabiro hitmaker’s death was announced by Rumba maestro and songwriter Wuod Fibi.

‘We have lost a hero…..another blow to the Luo Music industry and Kenya at Large. Rest in peace Lady Maureen,’ he posted.


This (Abiro Iri Nyasaye) was the last song I did for you the queen of Ohangla, it was a prophetic song and a goodbye song. Rest in peace Mama. Your legacy will forever live on.

ODM Communications Director Philip Etale also mourned Dr Adisa Lugaliki and Lady Maureen and taking to social media, he wrote,

RIP Dr. Doreen and Lady Maureen.
You were great ladies.
In your different capacities; you have left a mark.
Fare-thee-well our dear sisters.

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Check out messages of condolences to Lady Maureen’s family

Leodawo Leodawo May her soul rest in peace, my sincerest condolences to the family and friends.

Koth Lili you suffered a lot in pain and now you have fought the last fight all in all the up man is to judge, Rip

Bornface Otieno Nyawawa Soooo sad may our beloved artist nyaseme Rip

Shekameta Okembia My heart felt condolences to the family.May her soul rip 😭. We love you but God love you most.😭

Aduda Safan Siguna What’s happening to Ohangla musicians nowadays? May God rest her soul in peace.

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Ronnie Nicodemo My condolences to the entire family

Bornface Otieno Nyawawa Soooo sad may our beloved artist nyaseme Rip

Calvin Ogweno Rest in peace lady,sing with angels nyakwaya

Pheny Ann You’ve fought a good fought nyaseme rest in peace

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