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“Give My Mum A Hug For Me” – Comedian, Seyi Law Pays Tribute To Late Sammie Okposo



Nigerian stand-up comedian, Lawrence Oluwaseyitan Aletile popularly known as Seyi law has joined his colleagues in the entertainment industry to pay tribute to late Gospel singer, Sammie Okposo.

It would be recalled we reported that Sammie Okposo died on Friday morning 25th November 2022 at the age of 51. According to reports, the “Welu Welu” singer slumped at his residence and was rushed to the hospital where he was confirmed dead.



Taking to his Instagram page to mourn the late singer, Seyi urge him to give his mum a hug on his behalf while pray for Sammie soul to rest in peace.


He also prayed for God to comfort the wife of the deceased and every he left behind.


In his words, he wrote; “Uncle Sammie, Rest In Power and sing those powerful praises in heaven. Please give my mum a hug for me. Your words, ‘this Seyi no well o, how you take dey think all these things.’ God, please comfort your wife and everyone you left behind. Rest on the soldier of Christ and minister of songs.”



Meanwhile, Nigerian celebrities have taken to their respective social media pages to mourn the death of Nigerian gospel singer, Sammie Okposo.


It would be recalled we reported earlier that the “Welu Welu” crooner slumped at his home in Lagos and was confirmed after been rushed to a hospital in Lekki.


Following the sadden news of his death, celebrities took to their IG pages to mourn him.


The likes of Williams Uchemba, Uche Jombo, Omoni Oboli, Regina Askia, Empress Njamah, Tara Durotoye, Rita Dominic and more paid their tribute to him.


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;


Iyabo Ojo wrote;


Rita Dominic wrote;
“Oh nooo”.


Laura Ikeji wrote;


Monalisa Chinda wrote;

“Adieu Brother”.

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