Nigeria: Tears as late singer Nomoreloss is buried

With heavy hearts late musician, singer and songwriter, Olumuyiwa Adeyemi Osinuga a.k.a Nomoreloss was laid to rest today Friday, April 8, 2016 by family, friends and colleagues.

The 39-year-old comedian who passed away after a brief illness on March 21 was buried amidst tears and an outpouring of love at the Ikoyi Cemetery in Lagos.

A solemn church service was held earlier in the day at Foursquare Church, Ikoyi, Lagos.

Celebrities present include Weird MC, Sasha P, Lolo1, Omobaba, MumaGee, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Koffi, Ade Bantu, Princess, Yinka Davies, Nicki Laoye, Jesse King and a representative of the First Lady of Lagos state.

With tears flowing down, celebs mourned the late singer as he was finally sent home.

A colleague called Daro described the late comedian's legacy as love. According to him, "His greatest legacy was love. Nomoreloss loved people. He loved people even to death."

A service of songs was held in honour of the 'Iyawo asiko' crooner at the Koga Studios in Ikeja yesterday, Thursday April 7, 2016 with celebrities paying respect to the late music producer with performances and eulogys.

Yinka Davies enchanted the audience with her performance of Nomoreloss' 'Oriki' while Ruggedman, Omo Baba, Yinka Davies, Jafextra, Alariwo of Africa, Daddy Showkey, Weird MC and others performed his ‘Iyawo Asiko’.

Nomoreloss is survived by a wife Adeola Osinuga (popularly known as Phoenix) and a daughter.
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