Peter Okoye losses his father-in-law and sends an overwhelming message
Peter Okoye popularly known as Mr P is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and dancer. Before 2016 when he stopped singing with his twin brother Paul Okoye,he was one of the P-SQUARE,a duo musical group. However now he has gone solo and is still making waves in the music industry.
Mr P was born on Nov 18,1981 in Jos, Nigeria although hails from ifite donu in Anambra state. Mr O started singing at a young age.
While in school,he and his brother joined the school music and drama club where the began singing and dancing and mimicking songs by MC Hammer,Bobby brovin and Michael Jackson. He and his brother formed a duo after leaving school and separating for their previous gang. The are the well-known P-Square.
Mr P is married to his wife Titilola Coretta Omotayo and the are blessed with 2 kids, a boy and a girl,Cameron and Aliona.
Peter Okoye has taken to his Instagram page to share photos of his wife's father who just passed away on a few hour ago sharing heart warming photos of his father-in-law, Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo.
He shares photos
He wrote "My dear great father-in-law, Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo aka 'papa' we will surely miss you!😭😭Your beloved daughter Lola Okoye snd grand children Cameron and Aliona Okoye misses you desperately 😭
People have reacted and are heart broken
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