Rev Ezekiel bestrode the Pentecostal landscape without a scandal- Lagos PFN


PFN Lagos State CWC led by the Chairman Apostle Enyinnaya Okwuonu on a condolence visit to Dr. Mercy Ezekiel on the recent transition of her husband Dr. Obiorah Ezekiel. Others with the Chairman are the State Deputy Chairman Pastor Leke Akinola, State Secretary Apostle Akin Akindejoye, Treasurer Rev. Dr. Peace Goodey, and State Financial Secretary Pastor Bayo Oyeyemi. The State Admin secretary Sister Bose Olasupo and State deputy protocol director Pastor Tosin Oladipupo were also in the entourage.

The Lagos Chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria has observed that the late founder of Christian Pentecostal Mission (CPM), Rev Obiora Ezekiel had no scandal throughout his years of ministry

Rev Ezekiel died recently at the of 78.

In a condolence message addressed to his widow, Rev Mercy Ezekiel signed by the PFN Chairman, Apostle Eyinnaya Okwuonu, and the Secretary Apostle Akin Akindejeyo, the body noted that Rev Ezekiel was a rare servant of God.

The PFN chapter said the news came as a shock noting however that the late cleric lived a good and righteous life

The letter reads, “The Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN Lagos State stands with you at this time of mourning. We believe that Daddy lived a good and righteous life. We believe that he finished well and left uncommon legacies. Here was a man who bestrode the Pentecostal landscape like a colossus in his days yet without a scandal.

“Mummy, we salute your courage, tenacity, and steadfast commitment to the ideals established by our departed Daddy, steering the ship of CPM over the years. Indeed your commitment is legendary.”

The fellowship then prayed that the Lord “will  continually uphold, strengthen and comfort you, every member of the nuclear and extended families and the CPM family.”

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