The funeral arrangements for Kenyan singer and guitarist Charles Lwande Otieno, popularly known as Cee L. Nuke, have finally been made public.
The cortege will leave Chiromo mortuary on Friday, February 3, for their home in Lela, West Kano, Kisumu County before the deceased is laid to rest on Saturday, February 4.
Lwande was a member of Kenyan Boys Choir and an alumnus of Sauti Academy. At the time of passing, he was actively involved with a group dubbed Just a Kenyan Dream (JKD).
According to a post that was shared by Fatuma’s Voice, the singer died on Tuesday January, 17, after a night out with his brothers and cousins.
Lwande left the club and went to take a nap in his brother’s car after informing them that he was feeling dizzy.
He was later taken home but he was unresponsive even after his brother poured cold water on him while trying to wake him up the next morning.
Lwande was rushed to Lang’ata Hospital and later transferred to St. Mary’s Hospital where he was put on oxygen support. He was pronounced dead while being taken for a scan.