Mr Peter Okoye our popular music artist and his lovely family currently attended the burial ceremony of Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo his late father in-law, Chief Oladipo beat the dust on the 16th of December 2020.
Funeral service held at the compound. Chief Oladipo ( Papa as his fondly called ) .
All household members of our former PSquare , Mr P and his wife and children attended in person.
Peter Okoye ( Mr P ), is happily married and his wife's name is Lola Okoye, and she is the daughter of Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo and grandfather to their children.
Mr Peter Okoye has two children named Cameron Okoye and Aliona Okoye.
Peter Okoye that we call Mr P recently shared some captures of today's burial ceremony on his Instagram account and captioned it " RIP Papa ".
Peter really like his father in-law Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo.
On the picture Peter Okoye shared on his Instagram handle shows Aliona Okoye ( Papa's grand-daughter ) as she broke down in sorrowful and painful tears as Her Dad Peter Okoye was seen consoling her.
As the funeral procession late, Peter Okoye and his family were asked to go see their in-law, father and grandfather for the last time, before taken to the grave.
RIP to Papa, Mr P tweeted.
My Condolences to Mr P and his family.
Mr really cried out, oh so sorrowful.😅
what do you have to say to our own celebrity Mr P??
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