- Dr Tumi announced the devastating news of his father Pastor MD Makweya's passing
- His father was always supportive of his music career and often invited Dr Tumi to minister at the church
- Dr Tumi said that one of his biggest honours in life is to be called Pastor Makweya's son
Death be not proud. Mzansi gospel artist Dr Tumisang Makweya has announced the passing of his father, Pastor MD Makweya and South Africans felt for him.
Dr Tumi took to Facebook to share the devasting news with his fans:
"So sad to announce about the passing of my dear dad. He was such a beautiful gift to our family and the body of Christ. So humbled and honoured for the years God blessed me with him in my life," said Dr Tumi.
He said that it was a huge honour to be called his son and one of his greatest gifts was to be raised by his dad. Dr Tumi added that it was a difficult time for his family and he will sorely miss his father.
Dr Tumi has always shared in the media how fond he is of his father. In an interview with Anele Mdoda, he shared that his dad bought him his first keyboard at the age of 9.
His late father was a pastor at Assemblies of God. Pastor Makweya was always supportive of Dr Tumi's passion for music and he often invited his son to come minister at the church.
He will be sorely missed by his family. May his soul rest in peace.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Kefilwe Mabote mourns as she announces the passing of her mother. Kefilwe Mabote is the latest celebrity in mourning after she announced the tragic news of her mother's passing.
The star posted a picture and caption on her social media accounts that expressed how her mother unexpectedly passed away on 30 December. Kefilwe shared a series of photographs of her mother, whose name was Matlhodi Dorothy Mabote, and described herself as being shattered by the event.
Fans, followers and famous friends all took to the comments section to send Kefilwe love and light. They sent her their condolences and tried to console her.
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Source: Briefly News