Kefee Obareki Don Momoh (February 5, 1980 – June 12, 2014), also referred to by her music name Kefee, was an award-winning Nigerian female gospel singer and composer.
She was born in Sapele, Delta on February 5, 1980 to the family of Andrew Obareke who were at a time Decons at a church founded by the parents of her ex-husband Alec Godwin. Kefee graduated from University of Benin with a degree on Business Administration. Growing up as teen, she actively engaged herself with church activities especially singing in the choir.
As her passion for music kept growing bigger, she started writing and composing songs. In 2000 she released an album titled “Trip” and that made way for her into the Nigerian music scene as a Gospel artist. In 2003, she got signed to Alec’s Entertainment, a record label founded by her former choir director and she released her Branama album shortly after that. The Branama album brought her into the spot light as a fulfilled Gospel artist with sales both national and international. And that served as a starting part to her successful career as Nigerian gospel artist.
She was awarded the International Young Ambassador for Peace Award in 2009.
Kefee was married twice. She was married to Alec Godwin for 3 years until 2008. She married radio host Teddy Esosa Don-Momoh on 3 March 2013 in Sapele, Delta state.
Death and burial
Kefee Obareki Don Momoh died of lung failure at a hospital in Los Angeles, California on June 12, 2014. She had been in a coma for fifteen days.
She was buried amid tears on Friday July 11, 2014 in her hometown Okpara Inland, Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria