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Djinee mourns late South African goalkeeper

28 October 2014, 11:08

Lagos - Singer, producer and TV presenter, Djinee in a series of tweets, expressed grief and shock concerning the demise of  South African goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa.

He poured out his heartfelt thoughts regarding the untimely death of  the recently deceased 27-year old South African football star, Senzo Meyiwa  who was shot dead on  Sunday, October 26,  in Johannesburg, South Africa.

He said that no matter who or what we serve, let's try to do good to our fellow man so that if that has to be our last, let it be beautiful.

Djinee also said that he had been in accidents, been robbed, been in scenes of gunshots, been sick to the point doctors left me for dead, and felt that he was no different from Senzo.

“We are alive not becos we've applied all d safety measures in the books. We r alive becos a greater power decides when it is and isn't our time” he tweeted.


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