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Lagos governor mourns late cleric Fakeye

13 January 2015, 08:54Augustine Osayande

Abuja - Lagos State Governor, Babatunde Fashola, has paid a condolence visit to the family of the late General Leader and Founder of the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Prophet Gabriel Olubunmi Fakeye.

The governor described the late cleric as a faithful servant of God.

Fakeye’s widow, Grace Fakeye, in company of some of the children of the late religious leader who was very popular for his unifying religious messages on radio and television, received the governor at Mangoro, Ikeja residence of the Fakeyes.

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“Rest in Peace Baba, A very well done job, A superb race, sleep well and in the bosom of the Lord that you served so faithfully,” the Governor wrote in a condolence register opened for late Prophet Gabriel Olubunmi Fakeye.

In a letter of condolence to the family of the late cleric, Fashola described Fakeye as a person of manifest devotion to family and friends, a visionary leader with profound knowledge, grasp and appreciation of history.

Fashola expressed his heartfelt condolence to the family of the distinguished cleric and statesman.

“I sincerely pray that Almighty God grant every member of the family the strength to bear this loss and the wisdom to sustain the worthy legacy of this legend of our time,” he added

Fakeye died at the age of 78 but the cause of his death was not divulged.

- CAJ News


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