Alula, the daughter of Sammie Okposo, has finally spoken up about her father’s death.


Sammie, the gospel singer, died on November 25. He was first said to have slumped at his home in Lagos.

However, Hillary Vincent, his project manager, insisted that the musician died in his sleep.

In an Instagram post, Alula mourned her father in what became her first public comment since the singer passed away.


“The real truth is I feel like a blank sheet of paper, just waiting for the different strokes from the paint brushes,” she wrote.

“God knows best because I know you’re definitely jamming with the angels; changing it for them.”


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Earlier, the bereaved family said a night of tributes will be held on December 13 at La Madison Place in Oniru.


This would be followed by a service of songs on December 14 at the House on the Rock Cathedral in Lekki.

The remains of the singer would thereafter be laid to rest at a private ceremony on December 15.

Okposo’s death has continued to elicit reactions, with fans and friends paying tributes to him.

The Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards earlier renamed one of its 2022 award categories after the late singer.


Seun Oloketuyi, the founder of awards, said the gesture was to celebrate his heroics in the gospel music landscape.

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