- Some close family members have joined Lola Omotayo in mourning the loss of her father
- The wives of her husband’s brothers, Anita and Ify Okoye, sent condolence messages to the bereaved
- Both women did not let the grudge between the brothers stop them as they dropped comments under Lola’s post on Instagram
The grudge between the Okoye families did not stop the wives of Jude and Paul from reaching out to Lola Omotayo, wife of Peter, following the loss of her father who died during the early hours of Wednesday, December 16.
Lola had taken to her official page on Instagram with a lengthy post in which she announced the passing of her beloved father and how his death comes as a major blow to their family.
Many celebrities, fans and colleagues were spotted in the comment section and the other two Okoye wives also dropped comments under the post.
Ify, wife of Jude prayed for the lord to strengthen Lola and her family members in what she described as a difficult time.
"So sorry for your loss.. May God strengthen you and your family in this difficult time it is well."
Similarly, Anita, wife of Paul, expressed shock at the news and prayed for the family of the bereaved. She wrote:
"Oh no ! I’m speechless! I’m so sorry for your loss…this is a huge blow and my prayers are with you and your family."
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It remains unknown if both ladies have personally reached out to the family or if their husbands, Paul and Jude, have also sent condolence messages.
Singer Peter Okoye heartbroken as wife Lola loses her father, condolence messages pour in for their family
Recall that Legit.ng earlier reported that Peter Okoye also took to his own social media page to mourn the death of his father-in-law.
The musician posted a sad photo on his page indicating his heartbroken state of mind. Several fans and colleagues in the industry joined the singer in commiserating.
In a different post shared on his page, Peter wrote:
"My dear great Father-in-law. Chief Oladipo Adewale Omotayo aka "Papa" We will surely miss you!"
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