Saturday, 12 October 2019
Charly Boy: The funeral of my mother, Margaret Oputa, will be a carnival
Hipster artist and activist Charles Oputa, also known as Charly Boy, said his mother, Margaret Oputa, who died during the week, had lived a busy life.
The activist said that although he was not in the country when he died, his wife, daughters and grandchildren were with her.
The acclaimed president of all frustrated Nigerians said that his mother had died while asleep and that it was worth celebrating his death.
In a conversation with Saturday Beats, he said, "My mother died at 102 years old. I had been out of the country. I spoke to him three days before his death, but we thank God. His death is a holiday because he lived to old age. She died at home, my wife, my daughter and my granddaughter were there.
Area Fada noticed that he would miss the special moments spent with his mother. "I will miss our discussions and videos: my mother was a very hip-hop person, she always wanted to know what people were saying about our videos, she also liked to talk about our time and shameless manners, Among other things, sometimes they came to the house to give her a serenade, and she often took her to see comedies in Abuja, she was the right person for me, it's not easy to give birth to someone. like Charly Boy, she was really a great woman and we had very affectionate moments, I can say that she died happy, she died while she slept, and she certainly had a good life. " he declared.
The 68-year-old grandfather also revealed that his mother's wish was to organize a very simple and calm burial ceremony. However, he stated that his personality would not allow him to accept his request. He said, "For the funeral, my mother said she wanted a very simple ceremony. She said she should keep it alone, but Charly Boy does not do simple things. She lived a good life and did everything she wanted. My love for humanity and humility came from her. The funeral will be in December because I have to hurry up. It will be a big party and a carnival. "