Celebrities pay tributes to the Late Artist Issa Mmari Wangui alias E-sir

 

Issa Mmari Wangui nicknamed E-Sir photo as musicians comemorate his death in 2003

Issa Mmari Wangui nicknamed E-Sir, a legend in the Kenyan music business, died on March 16, 2003.

The 'Boomba Train' singer was on his way to a gig in Nairobi from Nakuru. He was joined by a mysterious figure known only as Nameless.

He is still remembered and his songs are still played 19 years later. Celebrities from Kenya have paid respect to the deceased hero.

Wahu expressed gratitude to E-Sir for sharing his gift with the rest of the world.

"19 years today. But forever in our hearts. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world. For inspiring so many to follow their dreams. For just being you....a really nice guy who became south C's, and indeed Kenya's finest. We love and miss you. Forever in our hearts."

 

Issa Mmari Wangui nicknamed E-Sir photo as musicians comemorate his death in 2003


Nameless added that he is still being inspired.
 
"19 years since you left us 16 March 2003 .love and Miss you bro!! You still inspiring the new generation with your awesomeness! Fam, what's your favourite Esir Jam...mine was MossMoss, Leo ni Leo and of course Boomba."

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