- Nigeria’s entertainment bigwigs rolled up to the venue of the traditional daughter’s wedding bash for the late gospel sensation, Sammy Okposo, added a splash of glamour to the affair.
- Clips from the soirée went viral, sparking jubilation among fans who showered the newlyweds with hearty congratulations.
Nollywood stars, including Jennifer Eliogu, Chidi Mokeme, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, and the venerable rapper Vector, made a stylish appearance at the wedding of Alulu Okposo, the daughter of the late gospel singer Sammie Okposo.
The wedding reception unfolded at the picturesque Ibru Garden in Victoria Island, Lagos, this past Saturday.
Instagram was flooded with photos and videos capturing the glamorous presence of celebrities at the occasion.
Esteemed actresses such as Ann Njamanze, Joke Silva, and Bimbo Akintola were also reportedly in attendance, adding to the star-studded aura of the wedding ceremony.
Both Alulu’s mother and stepmother, Ozioma Okposo, graced the wedding ceremony, creating a familial and heartwarming presence at the event.
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Lulu as she is fondly called announced her wedding in an Instagram post on October 5.
She wrote: “Good morning people, I come bearing great news. I’m getting married, God has been so faithful this past year, you can’t even understand. Please save the date. God bless #AlulasTime @tipi__original 02/12/2023. Save the date.”
Several celebrities like Fred Amata, Chigul and Vector congratulated her in the comment section of the post.
Sammie died in his sleep aged 51 on November 25, 2022.
He was buried on December 16, 2022, in the Lekki area of Lagos.
An industry night of tributes and farewell service was recently held in celebration of the departed veteran gospel singer, and it was a touching moment for many.
Clips from the event have emanated online and the one that has got people talking is the viral moment Sammie Okposo’s wife, Ozioma shed tears at the sight of her husband on a big screen.
Ozioma was inconsolable as an old clip of her husband professing his affection to her while on stage played on the big screen.