Afamefuna Aneke also known as Onye Eze Mgbadike (1967 - 28th December 2006) is a Nigerian multitalented Singer, Songwriter, Composer and Performer popular by his professional Ogene genre of music laced with gyration.

He started his musical journey in the late 1990s in Obe Agbo Nkanu West LGA, Enugu State where he hails from. He founded Pammy Udu Bonch Music Group comprising of over ten members. He was raised by his Grandma. Pammy Udubonch is a very strong Cultural music that has gone viral in west Africa. These refers to a form of performing art found among most cultures of the Igbos. 

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Pammy Udubonch dance, is an Afro dance that originated from Enugu state, by Aneke A.k.A Orig Pammy Udubonch at the eastern part of Nigeria.

The Dance:
it involves rhythmic body movements combined with music and sometimes theatrical representations. There are as many forms of African dance as there are human groups.

This kind of dance is a fundamental part of the cultural fiber and an important activity that serves several purposes in the community.

 It could be danced in festivals, religious ceremonies, marriages, funerals, and almost every social occasion. Dances serve to impart knowledge and traditions.

Late Afamefuna Aneke, went on advising his group befor his death that Music and dancing is an integral part of many traditional African societies. That, Songs and dances facilitate teaching and promoting of social values, celebrating special events and major life milestones, performing oral history and other recitations, and spiritual experiences.

Today, traditional dances are strongly tied to cultural identity and continue to be practiced both for their symbolic meaning and as a way to preserve cultural heritage. 

His Death:
Until that fateful day 28th December 2006, he was on his way to perform in Udi, Enugu State. He had fatal accident within Umuabi, 9th Miles Udi expressway and when rushed to a nearby hospital, the doctor refused to attend to him immediately. 

The doctor demands for a hospital deposit before proceeding with treatment, he died of over bleeding just few minutes after one of his crew left to get money.

Continuity Of The Music Group: 
His right hand man Nnamdi Okoli/Dede took over the music before the final disintegration as some members goes solo including Okwy Nwamba, Ogugua Amobi, etc

Some of the crew members photos:

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