Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Gospel artist and worshipper, James Nee has died in a car crush today.
Acee who was worshipping at Prophet Shepherd Bushiri church’s in South Africa, was in the company of other two friends when their car overturned after colliding with a truck.
“It is with great sadness that I announce the sudden passing on of our great worshipper, James Nee who died early this morning in a car accident. I learnt that James along with my other two ‘sons’ Beston Khamba and Brain Glant were traveling in a vehicle that collided with a truck and in the process overturned and claimed the life of all three of them,” said Prophet Shepard Bushiri in a statement.
Onesimus, who also worships at ECG, wrote on his Facebook page where he said the death is so painful
“I will forever love you my twin brother, my elderly, it’s hard for me to post this, but this is the only way I can say my final goodbye to you, it’s painful… So painful.
“Go well king go ahead and sing with the angels. I WILL MISS YOU SO MUCH” wrote Onesmus.
Nee, who had recently wedded, was a singer, song writer, producer as well as a business person.
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