Nollywood actress Irete Doyle on Wednesday attended the service of songs held in honour of veteran actor Victor Olaotan at the Redeemed Christian Church of God (Fountain of Life Parish) Ikeja, Lagos.

The service of songs is part of a two-day funeral ceremony for the deceased.

Ireti Doyle, on behalf of the Tinsel family, took attendees through the lifetime and character of the deceased, sharing insights unknown to the public.

“I stand here on behalf of the Tinsel family to speak about our daddy, Victor Olaotan who lived an exemplary lifestyle we all want to emulate.

“He was kind with impeccable dress sense, meticulous attention to details, he follows protocols, he loved to talk about life experiences he held nothing back with his wealth of wisdom his zest for knowledge and believed things will always get better he enjoyed enjoying himself. “He flows effortlessly with everyone invite him anywhere he will turn up, a leader who left from the front He knew exactly who he was, big daddy pose at the chant of his name like a young man what a charisma,” she said.

Ireti also commended the late actor’s wife, Julia Olaotan, who stood by him during the difficult five years on his sick bed.

“His wife Julia she stood by him till the very end most especially last five years. God will reward, restore and continue to keep you and all daddy left behind. he left a big picture in our hearts and mind till we meet again,” she said.

Victor died five years after a career-ending accident. He was aged 69.