Superstar gospel singer, Ruth Matete got questioned for the second time by detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation just before her late Nigerian husband, Pastor BelovedJohn Apewajoye’s autopsy result was made public.
We reported earlier that the DCI opened investigations into the pastor’s death, after his manager Jessy McJessy accused Ms Matete of being violent in the marriage and stabbing her husband at least thrice.
Chief government Pathologist Johansen Oduor on Thursday April 23, revealed the cause of Pastor BelovedJohn Apewajoye’s death. The pathologist said the gospel singer’s husband died due to multiple organ failure after suffering 60 per cent burns.
He died because of burns, which were mixed degree burns estimated at 60 per cent. In burns, what kills are the complications that arise. In this case there was sepsis, multiple organ failure and all that”
According to a local daily, Ms Matete was questioned for about six hours after homicide detectives collected samples from her house, where the gas explosion that left her late husband with severe burns took place.
The gospel singer had said in her first statement that her husband’s upper body was burnt on March 30th, while trying to light up their 6Kg gas cylinder. She explained that the gas exploded as a result of her hubby trying to release excess gas from the cylinder.
BelovedJohn died 12 days after he sustained injuries from the gas explosion. He spent a week in the Intensive Care Unit at Bellevue Hospital, and later on got referred to Kenyatta National Hospital after developing complications.
#BeApp Partners with Coca-Cola for Fans 60 Days fun Galore
NAIROBI, May 22, 2020 – #BeApp, a new live music streaming platform, and Coca-Cola have launched the Coke Studio Sessions, in an exclusive collaboration featuring a diverse line-up of musical performances for fans to enjoy for over 60 consecutive days.
Live performances from more than 100 artists across the globe, including Katy Perry, Anitta, DJ Khaled, Bebe Rexha, Miguel, Cast of Hamilton and Steve Aoki will begin streaming today to refresh fans one virtual performance at a time and support the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
Coke Studio Sessions marks the official debut of #BeApp, the social live music streaming platform from tech industry veterans Ray Smith and Ross Mason. #BeApp is an immersive, digital destination for fans to enjoy live music in a new way. Unlike other virtual concert platforms, #BeApp will offer a variety of interactive features, including:
- In-App Sharing: Sharing feature will encourage fans to invite friends and family to join them during the livestream.
- Currency/Points: By continuously interacting and sharing through the app, fans will earn in-app points and currency that can be redeemed for prizes, functionality upgrades and more.
- Prizes and Upgrades: Prizes include upgraded access to “front row seats,” artist shout-outs during the livestream and #BeApp swag.
- Front Row Seats: “Front row seats” offer fans a greater digital presence during the livestream, including having the user’s photo and name visible to all viewers.
- Donations: Fans will have the ability to make a donation to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement to support Covid-19 relief efforts.
“#BeApp was designed for digital connection through a shared love of live music, and people need that connection now more than ever,” said Ray Smith, founder of #BeApp. “We’re thrilled to have Coca-Cola as our exclusive launch partner as we introduce #BeApp to fans around the world through unique new experiences.”
The first weekend of streaming will include performances from Diplo, Kaskade, DJ Khaled, among others, and kicks off at 2H00 am EAT on 15th May. Re-Runs of live content will air at 6.00pm on 15th May. Additional artists will be announced across Coca-Cola and #BeApp social channels.
“We know that people may feel lonely or isolated as a result of the pandemic, and Coca-Cola remains committed to uplifting the human spirit and fostering connection while we’re apart,” said Ricardo Fort, Vice President, Global Sports & Entertainment, The Coca-Cola Company. “By providing 60 days of live, interactive music content that fans can share and enjoy with others, we hope that Coke Studio Sessions will provide small, daily moments of entertainment for those adjusting to their new normal.”
Throughout the 60-day program, fans will have the opportunity to contribute directly to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement to support Covid-19 efforts.
The Coca-Cola Foundation has donated over $14 million to individual Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies around the world in response to Covid-19 and will additionally match up to a collective total of $3 million in consumer donations made through this program.
“The American Red Cross is grateful for partners like The Coca-Cola Foundation for stepping up during this difficult and uncertain time,” said Koby Langley, Senior Vice President of International Services for the American Red Cross. “The Coca-Cola Foundation’s contribution supports the global Red Cross and Red Crescent network’s efforts to slow the spread of this disease and alleviate suffering that the pandemic will cause. We are deeply grateful for their generous support during this challenging time.”
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Autopsy shows pilot of Kobe Bryant Helicopter crash was not high on drugs or alcohol
Autopsy results of the victims of the crash that took the lives of Basketball player Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gigi Bryant, along with 6 other passengers and the pilot have been released by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office .
Kobe, his daughter, the pilot and the other passengers on the plane died after the helicopter slammed onto a hillside at a high speed of 184 MPH on 26th January 2020 in Calabasas, California.
The autopsy documents reveal that Kobe and the other victims died of blunt trauma, but an outstanding takeaway from the autopsy results is that the pilot Ara Zobayan, was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol as toxicology tests came back negative.
“Toxicological testing did not detect the presence of alcohol or drugs of abuse. Substances tested for include: benzodiazepines, cocaine, fentanyl, heroin, marijuana, opioids, phencyclidine, and amphetamines.” the report by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office read.
The report comes after Vanessa Bryant and surviving family members of other passengers sued the pilot and Island Express, which chartered the helicopter, for negligence and carelessness in the helicopter crash as other professional pilots have said Zobayan should not have been flying at such a high rate of speed in blinding fog.
The report also comes after the representative of the late pilot who was flying the helicopter claimed the people on board were responsible for the fatal crash.
The late Kobe Bean Bryant was an American professional basketball player. As a shooting guard, Bryant entered the National Basketball Association directly from high school, and played his entire 20-season professional career in the league with the Los Angeles Lakers.
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