The entertainment fraternity is mourning the sudden death of one of their own suddenly.

Austine Nyambok a member of the gospel group Adawnage died on April 1. The news was announced by his sister Lynne Odongo.

“I guess you never really know pain until you experience pain. It is a hard pill to swallow. My bro, my only bro. God saw it fit that you leave us so soon.”

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Lynne added,

“Such a kind, humble and loving being, full of talent. My heart is so broken 💔💔. Who thinks they can lose a sibling at any time in their lives? Death is so cruel! Rest easy Austine Nyambok, life is truly short. We know you are at a better place next to mum and dad. Watch over us from above. Always and forever in our hearts ❤️❤️❤️❤️.”

The late’s cousin Tobby Odhacha added,

“I had a long afternoon today. A day full of heartaches and extreme sadness whenever the thoughts of the few moments we shared cross my mind. I lost a cousin. We got the sad news yesterday.”

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Fellow artiste Kezz Wambua paid tribute to the fallen star narrating how he was one of her biggest cheerleaders.

“Go thee well my friend Austine Nyambok 😭😭😭😭😭…death is cruel😭😭
This has been my one long time friend, Austo influenced my music ministry big time.
You helped me arrange 3 of my album songs well. You always showed up when i needed you.”

She added,

“You came up for my album launch and I remember in the midst of crisis telling me “kezz tulia bana,God haezikufail😭😭” How I wish this was a bad dream. My favourite pianist, my favourite bassist, go well my friend, rest well Austo😭.”

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Check out the photos of Austine during happier times.

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