Music lovers are heartbroken following the untimely demise of one half of the singing duo Zule Zoo, Michael Aboh.
Zule Zoo came into the limelight many years ago when their song 'Kerewa' became a massive hit, resonating with fans across the country.
Aboh's death was announced by his partner, Al-Hassan Ibrahim, who disclosed that the former died on Saturday morning after collapsing 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 while taking his bath this morning and now My Michael is no more. Tears have beheld my eyes and my hands are shaking as I can't hide the fact that you've passed on on this day.
"I really cannot question God for I have lost the other part of myself, a brother and a friend. Oh Death Why", Ibrahim penned on the group's Instagram account.
Fans have paid tributes to the late singer, with Freddie Abah writing: "Sad story today. May God rest his soul peacefully. The loss is for all of us. Accept my sincere condolences, big bro Ibro.”
Shifi Emoefe, a member of the defunct Styl-Plus group said: "So sorry, bro. Take heart. May Michael rest peacefully and may God strengthen you at this difficult time.”
A third fan, Frankyd2l, commented: "(There is) nothing in this life. This is bad. Rest in peace, Michael.”
See the Instagram post announcing the demise of the singer below: