By Adeola Badru
The Aare Musulumi of the Yorubaland, Edo and Delta states, Alhaji Dawud Makanjuola Akinola, described the sudden death of the young pastor Dare Adeboye as a severe blow, describing the development as a great loss to the entire nation.
Aare Musulumi, also known as De-Damak, while condoning the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Adeboyein, in a statement issued Tuesday and made available to, maintained that no pain be it physical, emotional or psychological or even spiritual it could be more traumatic than that of a father and mother losing their child.
While sharing the pain of the family and all of Christendom, Alhaji Akinola noted that the pain of losing a child, especially in his prime, will always remain in the minds of all parents who cared for and loved their children most especially, showing them the way to go. go with almighty God on the path of life as Pastor Adeboye and his wife have done.
He also emphasized that every man and woman under the sun must realize that death is a price that everyone must pay at different times, emphasizing that God is the only Being who designed time as He pleases and cannot be questioned.
Akinola said: “It is indeed with great pain and very rude shock, but with total submission to the will of Almighty God, who is the Creator of all things, that I received the shocking news of the passing of young pastor Dare Adeboye.”
“Our hearts, thoughts and prayers, even as Muslims, go out to the immediate and extended family, including the entire Redeemed Christian Church of God throughout the world, and indeed our most sincere supplication to God is the gravest He grants to the whole family strength to bear the pain. Pastor Dare’s Passing “.
“It should be noted that the quality of life lived does not depend on how long, but on how well. Therefore, as a people, we must always love as much as we can, forgive all we can, and live each day with the greatest possible righteousness before God, because that one price that all human beings owe will surely be paid at different times. “
“As the Almighty Allah says in the Holy Quran” Kullu Nafsin Dhaikat ul mawt “, every soul will taste death”.
“On behalf of myself, my entire family, the council of Aare Musulumi, and the entire Muslim from Yorubaland, Edo and Delta states, I express our sincerest condolences to Pastor EA Adeboye’s family and to the entire Redeemed Christian Church of God. around the world. for the departure of her beloved son. “
“Truly, the passing of Pastor Dare Adeboye has once again demonstrated to all of us that there is great strength in our religious and ethnic diversity, as all of us from around the world, regardless of religion, race, tribe or language, have been united in grief like everyone I regret the passing of a very humble, diligent and very cerebral young Adeboye ”.
“May Almighty God comfort you especially during this time of pain,” the statement ended.