Over the years, we have lost many talented people who will be missed for the joy they brought to Kenyans with their talents.

 The 38-year-old Charles Ouda, a Kenyan actor, writer, and director, recently passed away on February 3rd night.

This was a huge shock to people because the actor was not sick since he spent his last night partying and enjoying his last moments.

The cause of death is yet to be shared by the family or close friends.

Janet Kanini Ikua was an NTV presenter who died at the age of only 38 years old. 

The presenter succumbed to stage 4 lung cancer, which she battled with for 2 years and what followed was her death in 2017.


He left behind his husband and two children.


Emmanuel Makori alias AKA, was famed for his phrase 'Ayeiya...poa poa".

He passed away after encountering a fatal accident back in 2017 while he was driving back home from a Churchill Show.

He was just 31 years old when he died.


Nancy Nyambura alias Jastorina was an actress.

Her tragic death came hours

after she was named the best lead actress in TV drama at the Kalasha Awards in 2014.

The actress succumbed to meningitis at Kenyatta National Hospital.

Her age during the time of death is not known to the public but she died under 40.

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Actor Kone Nouhoum, who played Regean in Maisha Magic hit show "Selina" died four months in the ICU.

Kone was involved in a horrific accident at Olkaria Geothermal Spa in Nakuru County on 29th September 2018.

He passed away at the Nairobi Hospital's Intensive Care Unit.

He sustained multiple spinal fractures during the accident and had been in and had been hospitalised till his death.

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Ben Maurice Onyango (Othuol Othuo), a Churchill Show comedian died in 2020.

At his time of death, his age was unknown to the public but he was under 40.

The comedian was in and out of hospital since early 2020 where he was diagnosed with tuberculosis.

He was in and out of KNH and was discharged after six months

He was later re-admitted to hospital where some reports indicated he had a  brain tumor.

The comedian was featured on "Aunty Boss', a popular NTV show, and a number of Luo comedies.

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