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What You Need To Know About Don Jazzy’s Mother Who Recently Died Of Cancer

Don Jazzys Mother Who Recently Died Of Cancer

Nigerian music producer and Chief Executive Officer of Mavins Records, Michael Collins Ajereh, popularly known as Don Jazzy, has lost his mother to cancer. He took to his verified Instagram page on Friday night to announce the sad news.

He described his late mother as his supporter and backbone and said that he is devastated by her death. The music producer said that his late mom was loved by everyone that ever came across her, and asked members of the public to pray for her soul to rest in peace, and for strength for his family members.

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He wrote – “I lost my sweet mother this morning. The matriarch of our family. My supporter and backbone. I am beyond devastated. I have never felt pain like this in my life, but I am consoled by the good life she lived. She was loved by everyone that ever met her. She was so strong till the last minute for us even while she battled with cancer. I have never typed a more difficult caption in my life. Please pray for our mom’s soul to rest in peace, and for strength for my dad, my siblings, her grandchildren and our entire family to bear this loss.”

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Many of Don Jazzy’s friends and fans have taken to the comments section to pray for his mother’s soul to rest in peace, and for strength for him and his family.

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Not much was known about Don Jazzy’s mom during her lifetime, but we have tried to gather some information we can about her.

Don Jazzy’s mother, Indianpicolo, was an Igbo princess from Abia State, according to the information we gathered from Daily Trust.

During her lifetime, she was a fashion and entertainment entrepreneur and was also into the hospitality business. She is survived by her husband, children and grandchildren.

We pray for her soul to rest in perfect peace, and for God to give her family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.

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