Comedian Seyi Law writes emotional letter to mother following her grand burial (Video)
Nigerian comedian and actor, Oluwaseyitan Aletile better known as Seyi Law has written a letter to his mother following her burial.
Mrs Tinuola Esper Aletile was laid to rest on Friday, December 16th, 2022.
Following her burial, Seyilaw took to Instagram to write a letter to her. He noted how they celebrated her in style because she was a thoughtful person. One who showed a seed of kindness and brought joy to the lives of many.
“My Dearest Mother,
We celebrated the beautiful mother that you were. The thoughtful person you were to many. The seed of kindness that you showed and we are reaping. The joy you brought to our lives with so much love.
The testimonials of continuous reach out to family members. Your passion for everybody’s success and unity. We love and miss you so much, but we are grateful for the life you loved and the lives you touched.
Thanks for accepting. Now, rest easy and we’ll.
Seyi Law loses mother
The9jafresh reported in September that it was a sad time for Seyilaw and his family, following the lost his beloved mother, HM. queen Esper Tinuola Aletile.
Announcing the sad news on his Instagram page, Seyilaw narrated how he got a devastating phone call informing him of his mother’s death.
Appreciating her for the beautiful moments, Seyilaw bade his beloved mother goodbye.
“MY DEAR MOTHER, MY DARLING QUEEN IS GONE.
I saw a flash of light entered my room, I saw a full moon and then, my phone rang that my beloved Queen has ended her journey. I am grateful to you, my beautiful mother for speaking to my family yesterday before you removed this earthly body. You sang with Tifeoluwa, spoke with Tiwaloluwa and my wife and encouraged me. Thank you for your good heart and kindness. I wish heaven waited, but God knows best. Please Dear God, let the funfair to welcome home my mother be as loud as the goodness and kindness of her heart. My dearest Queen, rest well and in Peace. We love you forever, HM. Queen ESPER TINUOLA ALETILE”.