Peter Psquare Mr P Writes Heartbreaking Note as His Loses Father In-law – Mr P of former Psquare music group has announced the shocking death of his father in-law, Oladipo Omotayo.
The 39-year-old singer Mr P, took to his Instagram page on Wednesday night to break the sad news. In one of the posts, he shared a candle light picture accompanied by a terse post reading “RIP Papa”.
He also wrote a tribute to the deceased, noting that his absence would be greatly missed in the family.
Peter Square (Mr. P) Wrote to his Late Father In-law
“My dear great father-in-law. Oladipo Adewale Omotayo aka ‘Papa’. We will surely miss you. Your beloved daughter Lola Okoye and your grand children Cameroon & Aliona Okoye misses you desperately,” he wrote.
Mr P’s wife, Lola also took to her social media account to mourn her late father, qouting that his death “hurts badly”.
She also said the family would find comfort in the fact that her father lived a great life.
She went on to appreciate those who have been supporting the family since the incident happened.
“In the early hours of this morning, I received some very sad news that brought my family’s world to a grinding halt. My darling Papa’s passing has hit us all very hard, and while we know that he is in a better place, the truth is that, there is no easy way to handle the grief that comes with the loss of a loved one,” she wrote.
“However, what we can do, is be comforted in the memories he has blessed us with, keeping our hearts set on the wonderful person that Papa was; the wonderful, kind and generous person he will always be to us and to the many lives he touched with his time here on earth.
“We love you Papa. It hurts badly. And while we will miss you desperately, we know we have been truly blessed to have had a husband, father, brother, uncle and grandfather like you. Till we meet again to part no more…”
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