Artists Haitham Kim’s Death Should Be a Lesson for You Have Not Planned for Your Tomorrow – Mwijaku

Artists Haitham Kim's Death Should Be a Lesson for You Have Not Planned for Your Tomorrow - Mwijaku

The multi-talented Tanzanian broadcaster Burton Mwemba, well known by his stage name Mwijaku, is employed by Clouds FM and Clouds TV. He has come with life advice for all musicians after the death of a female artist from Tanzania, Haitham Kim.

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“Assalam Aleykum, my brothers, and all Tanzanians, we have received news of a tragedy from our fellow artist Haitham Kim, who passed away this afternoon very slowly. But death is a reminder; death is a reminder that whenever we leave the world, how are we prepared?”

“I want to talk to the artists; the artists are not united, and you have not planned for your tomorrow. Let me just remind you that Haitham went through the challenge of sickness, but later he was not well economically and needed help. I was very disgusted to see the artists post a sick fellow artist asking for help and giving a number. I was very disgusted; it is an act that is not very good to expose one’s problems to the world.”

“Artists, you should form a group and meet like you do at entertainment venues. Each artist would give one million shillings, whereas for 30 artists, we would get 30 million that would be able to treat his treatment. Or if you did one show, the income would help your partner recover rather than telling your partner to donate money to Tanzanians?

This is bad, and you must accept that there is no unity. Learn through this and have good relations with society,”  Mwijaku said.

Artists Haitham Kim’s Death Should Be a Lesson for You Have Not Planned for Your Tomorrow – Mwijaku

Tanzanian Bongo Flava recording artist, singer, and songwriter Haitham Kim, who recently started a campaign to help raise money for his treatment, died on September 1, 2023, at the Temeke Referral Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

BNB, who is a friend of the deceased’s husband and was helping to nurse Haitham, has confirmed that it is true that Haitham died today in the hospital.

Bryson, who is the husband of the deceased, said that Haitham’s condition changed suddenly seven days ago. He was suffering from respiratory problems that started as a common fever, but later he became short of breath until he was fitted with a machine and injected with daily injections costing seven hundred thousand shillings per day.

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