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How financial misfortunes drove Papa Dennis to death

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Once flamboyant Gospel artist Papa Dennis died due to misfortune and financial crisis as reported by K24.

Not long ago the award winning Gospel artist was quoted saying his three bank accounts hold a total of 50 million.

What really led to his death?

An investigation conducted by K24 reveals that Papa Dennis was kicked out of his lavish Lavington house with no where to go.

He was rescued by one Mash Mjukuu the owner of Nairobi Records who gave him a mattress in one of the rooms in the studio.

Life had just flipped out on him after falling out with his former manager Sadat Muhindi who financed his lavish lifestyle.

The situation was so bad that he did not know where his next meal will come from at the end of the day.

Suicide reports

According to the reports, his brother Simon Mwangi is said to have filled a report at Pangani Police Station at 1:30 am.

The report detailed that the artist fell from Kirima Building adjacent to Jubilee Headquarters where his body was found.

On the night of his death, Dennis jumped from the fourth of the building before meeting his death.


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