Ebuka Obi-Uchendu Mourns Late Friend Sound Sultan, Recounts Their Early Days Together

Media personality and reality TV Host, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, has joined the numerous fans and well wishers to mourn the death of veteran singer, Sound Sultan who died on Sunday, July 11 after battling throat cancer.

On a recent but emotional episode of Rubbin’ Minds on Channels TV, Ebuka recounted his experience with the late singer back in 2003 and how they eventually became close pals.

 He further disclosed that they ended up becoming good friends, neighbours, attended family events together and even attended the same gym for about three years adding that the news of his death was a big shock to him and equally sent his condolences to the late singer’s family and friends because they were definitely going through a hard time. 

Ebuka said: “I dare you to go anywhere and find out anything negative about Sound Sultan. We always say nice things when people pass away but this time everything being said about him is beyond the truth. 

An absolutely amazing human being, nice guy, warm soul. We just wish his soul continues to rest in peace.” 

In the same vein, Governor of Lagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has reacted to Sound Sultan’s death and described it as a painful one. 

In a statement shared on the Lagos State Government’s Facebook page, Governor Sanwo-Olu expressed his sadness at the demise of the popular singer and described him with many glowing words. The politician also described Sultan’s death as painful and explained that he was a highly talented person who used his gifts to ‘advance the course of mankind’.

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