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Mayanja family pays tribute to late AK47 through prayer service

The Mayanja family led by musicians Jose Chameleone, Weasel, and Pallaso held prayers for their late brother AK47.

The prayer service was held at their ancestral home in Kalangalo, Mityana district on Wednesday March 22. 

The Mayanja brothers thanked everyone who stood with them to remember the departed musician.

“Thank you every one that came out to pray with us. May God bless you all. Prayers have been well and i know our brother soul is well represented by your prayers,” Pallaso tweeted.

They were joined by other artists including King Micheal and King Saha who worked closely with the late.

AK47 was a rising star when he was beaten at Dejavu bar that was owned by Team No Sleep (TNS) boss, Jeff Kiwanuka. He succumbed to his injuries at the age of 24 in 2015.

During his short career, AK47 had risen in the dancehall music ranks and had redefined the genre then.

He released several hit songs including Champion, Tukikolemu, Kaleeba, Onemye, Mbeera Ya Nsi among other songs.
AK47 left behind twins who are currently living with their mother in the UK.

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