Friday, January 30, 2015

Jude, Peter & Paul Okoye's Father Buried - All The Photos

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Peter, Paul and Jude Okoye lost their dad in November 2014, read here, and the burial took place today. PSquare’s father, Chief Moses Okoye, was laid to rest at his hometown in Ifitedunu, Anambra State. The burial started with a Service of Songs on Thursday evening after which Peter and Paul paid a courtesy visit to the monarch of the village. Earlier today, there was a burial mass at St. Gabriel Catholic Church, Ifitedunu.

Peter Okoye and wife Lola Omotayo-Okoye first shared pictures as they arrived in Anambra, both wearing white. Peter captioned his picture, ‘In Anambra… RIP DADDY’. Paul also shared a few pictures from the gathering as well as appreciative words for his wife.

With the release of official photos, we also see Jude Okoye their eldest brother. Also spotted at the funeral is Nollywood actor Osita Iheme. See photos below...

One of the Okoye younger brothers posted this tribute to their late father;

A TRIBUTE TO A FATHER, AN UNCLE, FRIEND, MENTOR AND ACHIEVER
I will miss you papa and will always love you and will never forget you Big Daddy and the special moments and advice you gave me. He was a good story teller.
Your saying : “What ever you eat is what you go to bed with, though wealth is good but good health is the ultimate” I will always remember.
You have lived a good life Papa.
You taught us the importance of family and love for each other.
He was full of strength and life with lots of plans…God please bless his soul Amen.
The Okoyes’ families and masses you have touched and held dearly will never forget you in a hurry Papa.
I wish to see you once again,
safe journey Papa.
Though his gone but his spirit lives on.
Okoye Ikechukwu I.S
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