Solemn session as Peter Psquare buries father-in-law [PICTURES/VIDEOS]
By BeverlyO | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Nigerian music star, Peter Okoye known professionally as Mr. P buried his father-in-law, Omotayo today as revealed in the videos he shared online.
The singer who broke the news of Omotayo's demise last December took to his official Instagram page to share videos as the man is being laid to rest on Thursday, February 25. He captioned the post "RIP Papa". Captured in the video were his wife, Lola Okoye whose father is being buried, his two kids, family, and close friends including his mother-in-law who is the wife of the deceased.
The video in the first slide revealed, Peter Okoye walking alongside his son, Cameron 12, and daughter, Aliona 8 as the corpse of Omotayo is conveyed in a black ambulance. Peter's wife Lola and his mother were also spotted in the process.
One of the footage reveals when family members broke into tears when the deceased was about to be laid to rest. It also shows that a church service was staged for the deceased.
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