Dagrin, CD John, Chris Jeyibo and 2 other Nigerian celebs that died in car accidents

Alasari, Dagrin, Chris Jeyibo, MC Loph
Many have not been fortunate to survive car accidents. Credit: Various

Pop duo P-Square had a reason to go to church in 2015 after escaping a car crash along Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
Nollywood stars RMD and Bukky Wright, musicians including Niyola, Terry G, and Jahbless have also survived car accidents in the past, but a few of their colleagues have not been fortunate.
Thenetng presents Nigerian celebs that have died in car accidents.

1. Chris Jeyibo

Chris Jeyibo died in a car crash
Chris Jeyibo. Credit: Filed

The Koga Studios owner dead in a car accident after his white Range Rover SUV rammed into a parked truck in the early hours of Friday, October 7 along Magodo road, Lagos.
The media expert was on his way home when the tragic incident happened.

2. Dagrin

Dagrin. Credit: FB

The Nigerian rapper died at 6p.m. on Thursday, April 22, 2010, exactly eight days after he was involved in a ghastly motor accident in front of Alakara Police Station, off Agege Motor Road, Mushin, Lagos.

3. CD John

CD John 1
CD John. Credit: Giphy

The Nigerian entertainment industry suffered a painful loss when fast-rising comedian, Chijioke John, better known as CD John, was pronounced dead on March 24, 2011.
He passed on at St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos after a fatal car crash while returning from Harrysong‘s debut album listening party in a convoy of three cars, including a car of the Gulder Ultimate Search Season 7 winner Kunle Oluwaremi.

4. Alasari

Alasari. Credit: Various
Alasari. Credit: Various

Yoruba actor, Ahmed Ishola Durojaiye, popularly known as Alasari, died on March 20, 2011 at Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abeokuta, where he was been treated following a ghastly accident he was involved in along Lagos-Abeokuta expressway.
Five years later, one of the late actor’s widows, Adeola also passed on after a motor accident on Friday, April 22, 2016.

5. MC Loph

MC Loph. Credit: Various
MC Loph. Credit: Various

The singer who became more popular for his hit remix of Late Osita Osadebe’s ‘Osondi Owendi’, was said to be driving down to the East, along the Benin-Ore road when his car crashed on Wednesday, September 14, 2011.
Loph was in the company of his sister and fiancée, who was supposed to become his bride just a few days later. His bride-to-be survived the accident while his only sibling died.
May their souls rest in peace.

Culled: The Net