Michael Aboh, the singer and one-half of Zule Zoo, the Nigerian music group, is dead.


Al-Hassan Ibrahim, the other group member, announced Aboh’s death on their official Instagram page on Saturday.

According to Ibrahim, Aboh slumped and died in the bathroom while having his bath.

“It is so sad and quick to say after our long run together in this life to live a better life coming short for you…My brother collapsed why taking his bath this morning and now My Michael is no more,” he wrote.


“Tears has behold my eyes and my hands are shaking as I can’t hide the fact that you’ve passed on on this day😭😭😭 really cannot question God for I have lost the other part of myself, a brother and a friend😢😢😢.

“Oh Death Why? Rest In Peace ”


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Before his demise, there were rumours that Aboh hadn’t been feeling too well. Some reports claimed the singer relocated to his hometown in Benue, where he had been residing.


Tributes have continued to pour in for Aboh as words of his death spread.

Zule Zoo enjoyed widespread fame for the hit song titled ‘Kerewa’ in the 2000s. Reports had claimed the song was banned by the Nigerian Broadcasting Commission (NBC) for obscene content.

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