- Music producer Samklef recently made a heartbreaking revelation amid the fight against police brutality
- Samklef told his fans that he has only two family members left as he has lost his dad, mum and sister
- The producer also recounted the kind of life they lived at the air force base before his father passed away in 1996
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Popular Nigerian music producer Samuel Oguachuba aka Smaklef recently shared some information about his personal life with fans on social media.
The producer who made the revelation amid the ongoing fight against police brutality in Nigeria revealed that he has lost almost all of his family members and there are just two of them remaining.
Samklef said his father, mother and a younger female sibling have all left the world leaving just two of them behind.
According to the entertainer, he has nothing else to lose in life and for that reason, he intends to keep speaking the truth.
See his tweet below:
In a different set of tweets, Samklef lamented about the state of the nation and also shed more light on what happened after he lost his father.
Samklef said his father served in the Nigerian Air Force and passed away in 1996. The Molowo crooner said after the demise of his dad, he was forced to leave the air force base where they resided because of the standard of living.
“My father served this country as an airforce man. when he died 1996 I left the base immediately. 2 many faulty systems... I remember we use to buy food on credit.. I had create my own part I built my self from nothing. “
See his tweets below:
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The revelation attracted kind words from fans and followers of the music producer.
Read some comments below:
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Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that Samklef had some words of advice to share for people who do not earn a living through legitimate means.
According to him, such individuals should learn to keep their businesses off social media.
Samklef gave the advice shortly after flamboyant big boy Hushpuppi was reportedly nabbed by the Interpol and FBI.
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