Senior pastor of House on the Rock Church, Paul Adefarasin, led a night of tributes for late gospel singer, Sammie Okposo on Friday at the church’s annual gospel musical concert, The Experience.
Recall that the music minister died on Friday, November 25, at the age of 51.
During the 17th edition of the gospel concert, which was held in Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos last night, the congregation paid tribute to late Sammie Okposo.
“I’ll like you to stand on your feet for one minute as we observe a moment of silence for a legend in gospel music who passed away about a week ago. I speak of a man who graced this platform many times over the last 17 years who has entered the golden and pearly gates of glory. None other than minister Sammie Okposo now of blessed memory.
“Would you please join me in your thoughts and prayers. Consider his wife Ozioma and his daughter as we observe a moment of silence for Sammie Okposo.” Adefarasin said while addressing the congregation.
Watch video below:
Adefarasin Honours Late Sammie Okposo At The Experience
Senior pastor of House on the Rock Church, Pastor Paul Adefarasin, honoured the life of late singer, Sammie Okposo, at the church’s annual gospel musical concert, The Experience, on Friday. pic.twitter.com/vaZSRZwRjF
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