This comes one year after he lost his daughter, Wasilat, who died in Canada.
These are not the best times for fuji Legend, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall who has been thrown into weeks of bereavement over the death of his lead saxophonist, Mr Joel Ajayi.
NET gathered that Joel Ajayi fell into Coma during the weekend due to an undisclosed ailment and was taken for proper medical care by Kwam 1’s personal Dr, Dr Idowu Agarawu, but lost the battle to death only a week after.
According to reports, the musician is shattered that despite all his efforts to keep the situation under control, Ajayi lost the battle to the cold hands of death, as his family opted to be moved to a church for prayers, where he died on Sunday, 9th of December 2018.
Ajayi’s sudden death comes barely three weeks after the death of one of Kwam 1’s band boys, Dipo Odebode Aderibigbe who also complained of lack of sleep when he was invited to cover a show.
K1 who has cancelled all engagements this week to mourn the loss of the two prominent members of his band revealed to friends that both men never complained of being ill prior to their sudden death.
To say it has been a trying year for Kwam1 would be an understatement as he also lost his daughter, Olaronke Wasilat, due to an undisclosed illness only a year ago.
Reports reveal that both band members were talented and jolly good fellows who contributed immensely to the growth of the fuji Legend’s musical production in the last decade.
We offer Kwam 1 our deepest condolences.
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