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My mum didnt recognise me before she died, she called me Jude’ – Peter Okoye



Its being days now since music duo Psquare lost their mum, and condolence messages have since trooped in to the stars and their family, however, both singers are really not finding it easy, as they have being deeply affected by the death of their mother whom they refer to as their pillar and inspiration. Peter Okoye one of the duo who spoke recently in an interview, expressed his grief, according to him: She has been diabetic for years, and when it started many months back, we got good doctors to treat her in Jos. But when we couldn’t get good results, we brought her to Lagos. We took her to St Nicholas Hospital and everybody who went to see her in the hospital cried. She had lost a lot of weight and couldn’t recognise us. She called me Jude. I can never forget that day.
She went through a lot and gradually she got stabilized thereafter she was moved to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and she spent two to three weeks there. So we thought of moving her to South Africa, India or the US for proper check up. We eventually took her to India about four weeks ago and we talked every one hour. The Indian doctors made sure to clean everywhere before the surgery, and the operation was successful. Our sisters who were with her confirmed this to us and we were very happy to hear the good news. She was okay before the eventual death and for a day one of my sisters was unconscious because she couldn’t believe it.
We wanted to travel to India the following day she died (Thursday July 12) but we changed our plans. Her body arrived Lagos on Sunday July 15th. No concrete arrangement yet on the burial. She will be greatly missed, not just because she was our mother, but because she played a vital role in our success story and remains our role model.

Mrs Josephine Okoye was in her early 60s and was a pastor living in Jos. She is survived by her husband, 7 children (Ifeanyi, Henry, Jude, Lilian, Tony, Peter & Paul and Mary), and 4 grandchildren.

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  1. Philip moyes

    July 18, 2012 at 10:23 am

    I feel so sorry… She will b greatly missed. RIP mrs josephine

  2. Adaeze C

    July 18, 2012 at 10:37 am

    P square and family take heart God will see you people thruogh…may her soul rest in peace… Amen

  3. Chiamaka

    July 18, 2012 at 4:54 pm

    p square pls take heart,i know how it feels to loose ones moda

  4. Chiamaka

    July 18, 2012 at 4:56 pm

    p square nd family pls take heart,i know how it feels to loose ones moda

  5. King jay

    July 18, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    Take hearth okoye’s family,God will see u through dis.may her soul rest in peace

  6. me

    July 18, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    Death of a loved one is always a painful experience. Eternal rest grant unto her o lord and let perpetual light shine upon her, may her soul RIP. To the family, may God grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.

  7. victoria patrick

    August 6, 2012 at 8:57 am

    My brothers please take heart sometimes i wonder why God take away the good ones on time and leave the wicked ones. please accept my sympathy we love her but God loves her more. may her soul rest in perfect peace. Adieu Nne Oma, adieu Nne Ohanine, adieu Ezinne till we all meet to part no more.

  8. Ezinwa Dorathy C.

    August 31, 2012 at 2:31 pm

    Tak hrt,may her soul RIP Amen

  9. mosestolulope

    October 22, 2013 at 9:50 pm

    may her soul rest nd rest

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OAP Toolz Recounts How Almost Everyone In Her Home Tested Positive For COVID-19





Media personality, Tolu Demuren alias Toolz, has narrated how she and the members of her household tested positive for the novel Coronavirus.

The on-air personality, in a string of tweets, mentioned that she was mainly concerned about her two children but fortunately, they did not contract the virus. Toolz also revealed that they have all fully recovered in her home.

In her words;

“Feeling super thankful to God today! This time last month, we were going through a very scary period! Almost everyone in our house (including myself) tested positive for Covid-19.

I was just about to return to work after my maternity, and it all started with Captain complaining of ‘malaria-like’ symptoms. He had them for a few days, and didn’t seem to get any better…so we ended up taking him to hospital.

He had taken a Covid-19 test a few days before which was negative, so I thought it was a bad case of malaria. He was admitted with malaria and a bacterial infection we were told. After being given intravenous antibiotics and other meds he still wasn’t getting better.

I decided to move him to a different hospital, and they tested again, and he ‘blew up’ the test according to the doctor. My body went cold, and my first thought was ‘OMG the babies!!’. Then a short while later, I thought about myself. I did a rapid test, and it was positive.

Neither of us initially had the common symptoms- no coughing, no breathing issues…although I later lost my smell and taste. Captain was in hospital for a week and this was around the time of the Lekki shooting, so I was doubly terrified.

My main fear was the babies…especially our youngest son as he was just about 3 months old. We didn’t test them, but I was certain they had Covid too as we literally kiss and cuddle our boys every day. The doctor assured us that they wouldn’t be affected.

Thank God the doctor was right, other than a sneeze here & there, our babies were perfectly fine. I was generally ok too, just scared. Once you get that positive result, you get all these random symptoms you didn’t have before. My back would hurt…I’d be like hmmm corona oo

The weirdest thing was the taste and smell thing. Everything Captain had tasted bad, he’s a foodie so that was strange. One of my super powers is my sense of smell…and it just gradually faded. I actually put a bottle of bleach under my nose one day and…nothing.

I kept waiting to fall ill, and it didn’t happen. I started thinking I had indaboski blood, but then I had 2 days where I felt like I had the worst hangover in the world, then there was some fatigue, but I was generally ok.

Captain on the other hand felt super rundown, couldn’t keep food down, had cramping all over and a bunch of other symptoms. After a week, he came back home, and we finished our isolation period together.

After 2 weeks we all retested and were all thankfully Negative. Thanks to Almighty God for seeing us through, a big thank you to the doctors that looked after us… especially Dr Majekodunmi of Eurocare for the constant reassurance, and for taking my a million and one calls.

I’m super thankful I didn’t get it while I was pregnant. Imagine I travelled to have my baby, came back, did a 7 covid tests, and it was the 8th that was positive. The craziest thing was that a week before I legit told someone that there’s Covid in Lagos anymore. Silly me”, she concluded.

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‘Many Christians Speak In Tongues But It’s Hard To Find Interpreters’ – Uti Nwachukwu



Popular media personality, Uti Nwachukwu, has come for Christians who speak in tongues without interpreters. The ex BBA winner took to his official Twitter account to state that he finds it weird that a lot of Christians speak in tongues without anyone to interpret the tongues, stating that it is contrary to what is in the Bible.

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His tweet reads:

“I find it sooo weird that a LOT of Christians speak in tongues, But till today I have not met ONE person that can interprete the tongues. Afterall the Bible (1 Cor 12 V10) says Holy Spirit gifts some with tongues and others with interpretation? Where are the INTERPRETERS?”

See his tweet below:

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‘Do Not Turn Your Mentor To Your Competitor’, Helen Paul Advises



Popular Nigerian comedienne, Helen Paul, has taken to Instagram to share some words of advice. The stand-up comedienne cum TV host and actress shared a write-up on her page with a lengthy caption that states that it is only for the wise.

The post reads:

“Do not turn your mentor to your competitor, respect who saw the light before you… *Onlyforthewise*”

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Part of her caption reads:

“Only the wise will understand this. E dey happen when they think they know it all… Learning for mentors too is necessary, leadership skills and training is very much needed. Understanding temperament and when to draw the line is very much needed.”

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