- Popular media figure Morayo Afolabi-Brown grieved over the death of her beloved mother
- The TV host broke the sad news on her Instagram page and noted that her mother is living a triumphant life
- Morayo fans and colleagues in the entertainment industry filled the comments section with messages of condolence
Media personality Morayo Afolabi-Brown and his family mourn the death of his beloved mother who died months after turning 75.
The TV host shared a photo of her mother and briefly explained how she came to life, conquered and triumphed.
“My dearest mother. You have come, you have seen, you have conquered and triumphed. May your soul rest in peace. Amen. 75 years of faithfulness to God.”
See the post below:
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Nigerians sympathize with Morayo Brown
“I’m so sorry sister.”
“So sorry please. Accept my condolences.”
“May his sweet soul RIP madam”
“Accept my condolences.”
“May her soul rest in peace AMEN … so sad”
“My sincere condolences, so sad, may his soul rest in peace.”
“Awwwwn! I’m so sorry sister.”
“May her sweet soul rest in peace.”
“I’m so sorry to see this, Mo. I send you giant hugs and the comfort of the Holy Spirit.”
“Oh my god! Morayo please, my heart and prayers are with you. May her sweet soul rest in perfect peace.”
Morayo defends his co-host
One of the co-hosts of TVC’s morning show The View, Morayo Brown, took to social media to address those criticizing her colleague, Beecee Ugboh, over her comments on the ex -Davido’s fiancÃ©e, Chioma Rowland.
According to her, Davido was not legally married to Chioma and officially meeting families, known as the introduction, is not a marriage as the woman is always on the same level as a regular girlfriend.
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In a lengthy post shared on his Instagram page, Brown said there was nothing wrong with having different opinions because that’s what the show was promoting.
Brown, however, said Beecee was wrong to be insulted by people unhappy with his comments.