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…Says Christendom has lost a rare gem

The Olufaki of Ifaki, HRM Oba John Adegbenro Falore (AjigbadeIII), has expressed shock over the passing of Prophet Michael Ojo, founder of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC), Oke-Agbara, Asi Bodija, Ibadan, remarking that Christendom has lost a rare gem and true pillar of faith.

The Monarch said that the renowned Prophet, popularly called Baba Olowere, was a leader per excellence, from the Olokun family in Ilero quarters, Ifaki-Ekiti.

Baba Olowere breathed his last breath on Wednesday, leaving behind a legacy that has touched the lives of countless believers.

Olufaki noted that Baba Olowere, a stalwart of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) dedicated his life to spreading the message of hope, love, and salvation. His teachings and sermons resonated deeply with both his congregation and the wider Christian community, as he preached with eloquence and clarity, guiding many towards a stronger relationship with God.

In a statement issued today, Oba Adegbenro described Prophet Olowere as a spiritual giant, whose impact extended far beyond the confines of his immediate ministry.

He highlighted the Prophet’s ability to connect with people from all walks of life, transcending religious denominations.

“Prophet Olowere was a beacon of light, illuminating the path of righteousness for all who sought solace in his words.

“His untiring dedication to serving humanity and his unwavering faith in God made him a true giant in the realm of Christendom.

“His loss is deeply felt, not only by his immediate congregation but by believers around the world,” said Olufaki.

The Monarch extended his condolences to leadership of the CAC Worldwide, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Ifaki community, family, friends, and followers of Prophet Olowere, urging them to find solace in the memories of his impactful life and teachings.

He called upon the Christian community to come together and honor the legacy of this revered spiritual leader, cherishing his contributions and continuing the work he started.

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