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KOGA Entertainment Boss dies in a ghastly car accident involving his Range Rover SUV (Photos)



Chris Jeyibo, the owner of KOGA Entertainment and its subsidiaries died in a ghastly car accident this morning, October 7, 2016, when his Range Rover SUV ran into a parked trailer on Ibadan/Ibadan express way.Chris Jeyibo of KOGA Entertainment


The 45-year-old entrepreneur died at the scene of the accident. The official Twitter account of Lagos State Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA) confirmed that the casualty was dead.


Chris Jeyibo was the Chairman of Koga Entertainment which has the following subsidiaries, Koga Xtra TV, Koga Studios, KICL Clothing, Koga Lounge, Koga Hall and Koga Records. Others are Koga Production, Koga Publishing, Koga Loungeand Koga Foundation.
Koga Studios was unveiled in 2011 and it quickly became a popular venue for concerts and rehearsals. In 2012, KOGA organized the TOP 10 Mics concert at Eko Hotel and Suites featuring Tuface Idibia, D'banj, Femi Kuti, Juju Star, Sir Shina Peters and others.
Koga Studios has also produced Nollywood movies such as'The Visit' starring Nse Ike-Etim, Bayray Mcnwizu, Femi Jacobs and Blossom Chukwujekwu. It was premiered on August 16, 2015.
Koga Studios has yet to release any statement concerning the death of its chairman.
 Chris Jeyibo was married with 2 children.

May his soul RIP..Amen!

8 comments:

  1. Oh my God! This is really sad. May his soul RIP..Amen!

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    1. This life is vanity,someone who owns the latest Range Rover is been put into an ordinary bag then someone that's alive but trekking would nag and complain to God

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  2. Uhmm.End just came like that

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  3. Speed is a factor here but 1am is pretty dark, there are no streetlights on the road and the trailer doesn't have any rear high visibility reflectors either to improve visibility to oncoming traffic. Must have seen it too late and not quick enough to manoeuvre out of danger. We need such infrastructure to improve the safety of driving at night, especially on our expressways where the speed reaches up to 100km/hr. RIP Sir

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  4. I wish his friends and family the fortitude to bear this loss. Death and loss hurts especially when it's someone you love. It is well, may his soul find rest.

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