Milele FM presenter Dee

Milele FM Presenter Diana Tangut aka Presenter Dee 001 is mourning the passing on of Dr Adisa Lugaliki.

The presenter was one of Dr Adisa’s clients. She was a gynaecologist based at Nairobi South Hospital. She died on Friday morning within 48 hours after testing positive for CCOVID-19.

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Eulogizing the late doctor, Dee wrote,

My daktari Adisa, rest well mummy, I’ll miss your smile…..your beautiful office at Nairobi South hospital…..jamani Doc naanza kutafuta gynaecologist mwengine wapi?

She added,

Doc Doc Doc, I have kept myself busy all day, in denial. Daktari 😭😭😭😭😭…….it has finally hit home. It is not well but I cannot question God. First time I walked into your office at Nairobi South hospital, I sat opposite you and when I started telling you how I was feeling…..u looked up smiled and said I know that voice, I’ve heard that voice somewhere….. Please speak again ……I did and you said “Dee from Milele”. Last time we spoke you said “let’s hangout at Pitstop sometime sio tunaonana tu when you are unwell” I said sure Doc and I closed the door 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭. Jamani Doc u were all over the news today at work ……I was numb i knew they weren’t talking about you my mind played those games the whole day. Safiri salama Daktari

Media personality and founder of Team Connect Bernard Kioko (BKay) also eulogized Dr Adisa, his close friend as an amazing person.

It’s so painful having to post such a message here. On behalf of #TeamConnect254 i wish to celebrate your life and cherish all the great moments you spent with us at different CONNECT events and groups. The love ❤❤ will always be there. Fare thee well. May your soul forever Rest in Peace, Dr. Adisa. #ripdradisa

Coke Studio Africa Project Manager Andrew Alovi also penned a touching message to Dr Adisa.

There was a dark time in my life that I needed a friend, you were that friend. I can’t believe I have to say this, but my Maragoli sister, daktari, rest in eternal peace.

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Check out more messages of condolences from Kenyans

thisdualcitizen I miss her dearly. Till we meet again Rafiki❤️

paulahooko 💕 Go well sweet lady…beautiful was too early #ripadisa

n.ondego A gentle soul, loving and dedicated to people service. Her gentleness will be greatly missed. RIP Daktari.

mcstanoke I met her recently and we became good friends. She always attended my Team Foodies events and came to my Open Mic show at 1824. Never singing, but always to support. Sometimes straight from surgery. She lectured me about drinking soda. I wish she was here for me to report on my progress on that one. She was a real friend. I have had a terrible day. Daktari will be sorely missed for so many reasons, but simply most of all because she was a GOOD HUMAN BEING. Fare thee well Daktari. #ripdradisa

kevinkwach Saddest day. May her soul rest in eternal peace

henryabuya My condolences to her family, friends and colleagues. May she rest in eternal peace. 🙏🏿

chirchir.emmanuel Rest In Peace Dr. You were a great soul

leloonsheila Such an Amazing soul. Always ready to support and encourage. Always calling to check up on me. This has hit me hard. May her beautiful soul rest in peace. 💔😔🙏🏾

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