The family of Gospel Singer, Sammie Okposo has released an official statement regarding the sad passing of the singer
Recall that we earlier reported how the singer suddenly slumped and died early Friday morning, 25th November 2022
Speaking on the singer’s sudden death, the Okposo family stated that they are consoled because they know He is in a better place
“We are the consoled because we know he is with Jesus singing with the angels.”
The statement added, “We kindly request that the family is allowed to grieve peacefully at this time.”
Meanwhile celebrities all over have begun to pour out their consolation over the death of Sammie Okposo
Veteran actor Richard Mofe Damijo was the first to mourn the singer
The actor recounted his last moments with the Gospel singer
Sharing a video of their last moment together in the United States a month ago, actor Richard Mofe Damijo disclosed that they spent two weeks together fellowshipping as Men.
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“This was exactly a month ago in the US. We spent 2 weeks together and fellowshipped as men. Ate, drank, and teased.
Toks would drive you to me and we would spend the entire day together. Made plans for the new year.
Yet here I’m struggling and looking for words to capture our relationship. Sam Okpoooo as only I can call you, this was not the plan o.”
Williams Uchemba wrote, “This has got to be a joke. Someone I saw and had a chat with just last week and nothing was wrong with him
Uche Jombo wrote, “We can’t question God
Omoni Oboli wrote, “You remain God even in the darkest times when we don’t understand. Help us to heal and give the family and everyone the fortitude to bear this great loss
Regina Askia wrote, “Good night Sammie, rest easy! Amen
Empress Njamah wrote, “Am not completely sound from the last one…now this? This hurts I swear, but who are we to question God… Ground dey really swallow RIP my brother
Tara Durotoye wrote, “Rest
Iyabo Ojo wrote, “Jesus
Rita Dominic wrote, “Oh nooo
Laura Ikeji wrote, “Omg
Junior Pope wrote, “Na wa oooo
Monalisa Chinda wrote, “Adieu Brother”.
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