Papa Dennis was sleeping in studio after ejection from Lavingtone Green.

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The late Papa Dennis[Photo/Courtesy].

“He only had a mattress in one of the rooms in the studio; that was the only thing he went back to after spending the day searching where his meal would come from. Occasionally, he would be assisted by the owner of Nairobi Records, Mash Mjukuu. Upon learning that Papa Dennis had nowhere to go after being evicted from his furnished Lavington home over unpaid rent, Mjukuu offered to house him in the studio, and gave him a mattress,” a close source intimated to K24.

Dead Gospel singer Dennis Mwangi or Papa Dennis was spending his nights in a Nairobi studio after he was ejected from his Lavingtone Green home.

K24 reported that the Injili singer had been removed from his furnished Lavingtone residence before he went to a single room and finally to living in a studio room.

He moved to Nairobi Records studios owned by Mash Mjukuu after life became unforgiving and this happened a few months after he parted ways with Swadat Mhindi who runs Maliza Umaskini Foundation.

Left confused, broke, hopeless and not knowing where his next meal will come from, he was provided a mattress in one of the rooms at Nairobi studios building.

“He only had a mattress in one of the rooms in the studio; that was the only thing he went back to after spending the day searching where his meal would come from. Occasionally, he would be assisted by the owner of Nairobi Records, Mash Mjukuu. Upon learning that Papa Dennis had nowhere to go after being evicted from his furnished Lavington home over unpaid rent, Mjukuu offered to house him in the studio, and gave him a mattress,” a close source intimated to K24.

During his interview in 2019, he told Pulse Magazine that he had sh 50 million spread in some three banks across the city.


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