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A signed statement from the publicist of multiple award-winning duo, P-Square, Square Image Associates, confirms that the remains of their mother, Mrs Josephine Okoye, would be laid to rest on August 2, 2012.
Mrs Okoye, 62, who died on Wednesday, July 11, 2012, would be buried in her husband's house at Ifite-Dunu, Akwa Village, Anambra State on Thursday, 2 August, 2012.
Before the burial, the body will be laid in-state at Umunachi, Umudioka Village, Anambra State and it will be followed by a church service at St. Gabriel Catholic Church.
The one-day funeral will be anchored by M.I.C, leading undertakers in Nigeria and is expected to be attended by colleagues of P-Square in the entertainment industry and some state governors amid tight security.
Until her death, the late Mrs. Okoye was the General Overseer of Friends of Jesus Catholic Prayer Ministry, with its headquarters in Jos, Plateau State.
She is survived by her husband, Mr. Moses Okoye and eight children namely Christopher, Henry, Jude, Lilian, Tony, Peter, Paul and Mary.
She died after a heart surgery at the Apollo Hospital, India at about 10pm (3am Indian time).
The late Mrs. Okoye was first admitted at St. Nicholas Hospital, Lagos, but when there was no assuring development on her health, she was transferred to the Indian hospital where she eventually died.
Mrs. Okoye, a major pillar and source of inspiration to the singing twin brothers (P-Square), had been in and out of the hospital for about four months after being diagnosed of diabetes.