Reggae artist Bunny Wailer offers Ksh 750,000 for wife’s safe return


Veteran reggae artiste Bunny Wailer continues to plead for his wife, Jean Watt’s safe return after the 70-year-old woman went missing a month ago.
The reggae legend over the weekend said that he was now offering Sh761,458 (J$1 million) a cash incentive for anyone who might know her whereabouts.
According to Bunny Wailer, his wife popular known as Sister Jane, has a short-term memory and has not been seen or heard from since.
Bunny Wailer’s son, Asadenaki, via social media, continues to plead with online users urging those with information regarding the whereabouts of his stepmother to come forward.
Maxine Stowe, Bunny Wailer’s manager, was quoted by local media saying that in the weeks following Watt’s disappearance, there were reports that she had been seen in St Catherine and Portland, specifically Port Antonio and Buff Bay.
Watt’s is known for her contribution as a Jamaican reggae artiste.
She was once part of the I Three, which was a trio of backing vocalists for Bob Marley & The Wailers after Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer left.
Bunny Wailer also credits Jean for some recordings in the early 70s. She is credited for writing “Hallelujah Time” and “Pass It On” which appeared on The Wailers album Burnin’ in 1973.


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