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Friday, October 15, 2021

A Time To Celebrate The Life Of Captain Hosa

The night of October 9, 2021, was filled with wonder and sweet incense of graceful voices offering worship and praises to the Almighty in celebration of Captain Idahosa Wells Okunbo (JP) inspiring journey on earth.









 Just a day after the interment of the dearly beloved, family, friends, and well-wishers gathered for a thrilling Thanksgiving Reception under a star-studded sky at the NAF Base, Benin City, Edo State.





The Thanksgiving event, which was hosted by the trio of MC Efex Efosa, Dare Art Alade and Ayo Mario Ese, had several of upper-crust artists like Tim Godfrey, Waje, Nosa, Eben, Mario Ese, Laolu Gbenjo, Grace Omosebi, and other famous artists who serenaded the guests with series of heartfelt performances.

The famous and enchanting Waje took the crowd through a moment of deep spiritual reflection as she sang a canon of songs in her angelic voice - specially requested by the first daughter of Captain Hosa, the dignified Olori Atuwatse III - songs that were Captain Hosa's favourite. This intriguing moment soon spiralled after a group of vibrant women took to the stage in a moving moment of worship. They sang an array of popular and oil-lifting worship songs to the delight of guests.






Chief Mene Brown, the Ogwa-Olusan of Warri Kingdom, made a special honour from himself and his wife on behalf of Captain Idahosa Wells Okunbo. In collaboration with Gideon Bible Society, he donated 100 Bibles. He offered the first copy of the bibles to the first son of Captain Hosa, Osahon Okunbo, as a family memoir and assured that the 99 remaining books would be used according to God's will to save lives just as the Captain's life was saved.






The family danced in cheerful delight to soulful renditions from the Gospel-singing sensation, Gbenga Laolu. This ended the night, marking the glorious exit of Cappi, the beloved Benin billionaire and philanthropist. Osahon Okunbo gave the final vote of thanks, appreciating everyone who had been with the family from start to finish, and assured that his father would be truly satisfied, smiling down on them from heaven. As a sign of last respects, Osahon cheered the crowd, saying: "To El Capitan!"





But the night wasn't over, as a new round of delightful upbeat performances ensued. This time, from Captain's young friend and Hip-Hop megastar, Davido, who electrified the crowd with his hit songs, while the crowd sang along. The deejay would thereafter retain the night with Afrobeat music, keeping the groove on.


Farewell Captain! Your spirit still lives on.























47 comments:

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    1. A call to worship or threat to worship?

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    2. You must don hammer from this family.

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    3. Madam don't tell us what to do on our blog πŸ˜‰

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    4. 🀣🀣🀣🀣😁😁😁
      We know SDK. It's a paid post. We no go pour sand for your garri

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    5. Stella I too like you. As long as money is in your account. I use Buhari I stand for all and no one. However, I like how they have honored their father. Every family has their drama. No to talk of rich ones, that are kind.

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    6. @Stella, no be awa blog again?
      Oya settle us from the moni wey dem pay you so that we go behave otherwise close the comment section!
      🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    7. She has been settling us since na. The money she pays for data that you all scramble for, where do you think it comes from?
      So behave yourself, if not, no free data for you again πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    8. Lmao... Aunt Stella we love Kaptain. Lemme be going

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  2. This one you are asking us to "behave ourselves," Hmm, I will still ask the question in my mind. Why are we being forced down the throat of this "Hosa?" Shouldn't the man be allowed to rest even as he is buried. Please get me right, I never knew this man while he was alive. In the past two weeks, it's been Hosa, hosa, hosa...at some point I was getting confused.

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    1. He's a philanthropist and we the people of Edo State loved him. That's why he's celebrated

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    2. Lol 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 @Hosa hosa hosanna

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    3. The reason why he is now in our faces is because his daughter is now a queen, his son in-law is the new olu of warri.

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    4. 16:27, I don't know him prior to the post of his death as well, but from what I have been reading he must really be a good man during his lifetime for him to be celebrated this way. BTW, you don't have to open every post you see.

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    5. You think it’s because she’s an Olori that he’s now in our faces? I disagree.

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  3. looool no we wont ooo

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  4. Oh make we behave?πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    Because e sure me say everybody don dey wonder weti most of us dey wonder. Because... Hah!

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  5. Please who was he? This is an honest question. I've seen posts about his burial but the number of posts and Stella warning people to behave have piqued my curiosity. May his soul rest in peace.

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  6. Farewell captain, it's obvious He left a nice legacy.I celebrate him too.

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  7. are we still on this matter, abeg make them allow this man to start resting nau.

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  8. Abi Baba na Jeweluchi Big god before before ��������

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    1. I suspect so,'UNCLE'.

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    2. Jewelu is holy, she can never have big god.

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣this cracked me up @anon18:50 chai Stella and her blog visitors una no go kee person.

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  9. The oyibo man I always see in the pictures,is he one of his sons?

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  10. The oyibo man is his son in law

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  11. The oyibo man is his son in law

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    1. The oyibo man go don taya sef. I pity him

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    2. This cracked me up🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 18:49. They say when you are in Rome, do like the Romans. He won't be tired.

      Keep resting Captain

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  12. Kai behave bawo? It won't work ooo.

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  13. We go behave as you talk Stella! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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