Raeesa Kimmie
1 minute read
3 Oct 2018
9:02 am

Prophet Bushiri saddened by passing of Malawian worshipper in N1 car accident

Raeesa Kimmie

Nee, a singer, was among three dead in a head-on collision near Makhado on Tuesday morning.

Photo: Facebook, James Owen Nee

“It is with great sadness that I announce the sudden passing on of our great worshipper James Nee who died early this morning in a car accident. I learnt that James, along with my other two ‘sons’ Beston Khamba and Brain Glant, were travelling in a vehicle that collided with a truck and in the process overturned and claimed the life of all three of them,” said Prophet Shepard Bushiri in a statement.

Nee, a singer, songwriter, producer and businessman from Malawi, is well known for being a singer in the Enlightened Christian Gathering church. He and two other people were killed on impact when a truck and a sedan collided head-on along the N1 North near the weighbridge at around 4am on Tuesday morning, reports Polokwane Review.

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Bushiri says Nee touched the hearts of so many and was known for worshipping God relentlessly: “You were a great part of ensuring that souls were won to Christ. Your dedication, commitment, submission, and loyalty to God have left an example through which millions will follow.”

Photo: Izindaba-Ditaba-News

The cause of this accident is not clear at this stage but a case of culpable homicide is being investigated,  said police spokesperson Col Moatshe Ngoepe.

Details of the funeral and arrangements will be announced soon, Bushiri concluded.

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