Sam Loco Efe's son remembers him 9 years after his death

Sam Loco Efe's son remembers him 9 years after his death

- Omoruyi Loco Efe on Friday, August 7, wrote an emotional post to mark the years his father left him

- In the post, he said the news of his death really affected him nine years ago in 2011 when he was writing his bar exams

- Nigerians who reacted to the remembrance post had very good things to say about the late actor as they commended him for his sterling contribution to Nollywood

Omoruyi, the son of late veteran Nollywood actor, Sam Loco Efe, has remembered his dad nine years after his death in a very emotional way.

He gave details about the emotional downturn of his father on him. In a tweet he made on Friday, August 7, he said that his death happened just when he was sitting for exams in school.

Omoruyi added that his demise hit him very hard when it happed in 2011. Attached to the man's post on the micro-messaging platform was the obituary poster of the late legend.

A collage of Omoruyi and his father. Photos sources: Facebook/Omoruyi Sam Loco/YouTube
A collage of Omoruyi and his father. Photos sources: Facebook/Omoruyi Sam Loco/YouTube
Source: UGC

He tweeted: "Around this time in 2011, I was just starting my bar finals exams when news of your death hit me. 9 years gone! 9 years remembered! Rest on erhamwen!"

Many Nigerians reacted to the remembrance post the son made as they spoke about how his father is still being missed in the entertainment industry.

Most of them attached short clips of some of his father's popular video appearances. Below are their lovely reactions:

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the same son remembered his dad seven years ago as he posted a photo of him and followed it with the caption that reads: “7 years today. Rest on Dad.”

The actor was widely known for his comic roles as his movies usually roused viewers to laughter. Sam Loco Efe was born on December 25, 1945, in Enugu state

He, however, spent his early years in Ebonyi state. The star actor featured in over 200 movies throughout the duration of his career.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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