Bishop Kiuna and the late Nigerian gospel singer Sammie Okposo(Photo/Courtesy).
Renowned city preacher Bishop Allan Kiuna of Jubilee Christian Church(JCC) has taken to social media to mourn following the death of popular Nigerian gospel singer Sammie Okposo. Kiuna said that the deceased singer and worship leader was a wonderful brother and he enjoyed fellowshipping with him every time he visited Nairobi.
Kiuna said he will miss the late singer dearly, adding that he left an indelible impact at JCC Church where he visited several times to minister the word of God through his powerful worship songs.
" You were such a wonderful brother and I enjoyed your fellowship every time you came to Nairobi. I loved you dearly and will miss you. You left an indelible impact in @jcckenya and we celebrate you. Fare thee well , my friend until we meet again,'' Kiuna posted on his Instagram account.
Sammie Okposo died last Friday. He reportedly slumped and was pronounced dead after being rushed to the hospital.
He was a great singer who influenced a lot of young Nigerian gospel singers. He was best known for songs such as Welu Welu, which was on his first album, Unconditional Love.
A day before his death, he had posted a throwback video of a totally sold-out concert that he had organized in Lagos on November 4, 2022. In the video, he could be seen leading the congregation in an intense praise and worship session.
May his soul rest in peace.
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