Tragedy as Abuja-based entertainer, DJ Tunice, dies after getting involved in domestic accident


 Friends and colleagues of a popular disc jockey, DJ Tunice, have taken to social media to mourn his sad passing.

 The Abuja-based entertainer died after reportedly getting involved in a domestic accident in his home.

 Many have taken to social media to bid the deceased their final goodbyes.

It is indeed a sad and troubling moment for friends and family members of an Abuja-based entertainer popularly known as DJ Tunice, who recently lost his life.

According to reports from some friends and colleagues on social media, the DJ had gotten involved in a domestic accident in his home.

It was said that DJ Tunice fell and hit his head on the floor while mopping. However, friends claimed that the entertainer was rejected by different hospitals.

Taking to Facebook, a friend of the deceased identified as Fi’ammari Machar Zoaka wrote:

“This is one of the hardest farewells I will ever write in this life because I saw you on Friday and we were talking about the “what nexts”. Saw messages in the deejay pool that you were pronounced dead then alive and later, you had passed on.

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“You fought for life. You fought to live. The system failed you. The government failed you. The three hospitals you were taken to prior failed you. I pray the lord grants your family the strength to bear this. Sleep well my fighting partner.”

Similarly, another friend of the deceased DJ identified as @hypemanjerry on Instagram mourned him and offered his final goodbyes.

His post read in part:

“Mi Dawg, my candle is in all on. Social Media platform for u. Im gon miss our good and ugly timesvibing pon the pic with u. Bro DJ’s don’t die, they simply go to play in heaven. Emma, I’m weak thou, but I believe we will see again.”


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