- Gospel singer Yinka Ayefele has honoured the memory of his late father in a commendable way
- The musician built and donated a vicarage worth N50 million to honour his deceased parent
- Photos of the building were shared on his official Facebook page
- Fans were seen in the comment section hailing the musician for the initiative
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Veteran gospel musician Yinka Ayefele may have lost his father years ago but the proud son has not completely forgotten the deceased who played a significant role in his life.
Just recently, Ayefele completed a vicarage worth about N50 million and donated it to honour the memory of his late father.
The musician built the vicarage in Ipoti Ekiti and dedicated it on Sunday, October 11, in an event which was also streamed online for those who could not physically attend.
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Ayefele was specially congratulated by members of staff of his Ibadan based radio station, Fresh FM.
See the post below:
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Similarly, the musician shared photos of the vicarage on his Facebook page.
Check them out below:
Fans who saw the post flooded his comment section with congratulatory messages and commendation for honouring the deceased.
Read comments below:
Emmanuel Faleye said:
"Congratulations to you Sir, the family at large and the Church of God. Through this greater testimonies will follow in Jesus mighty name."
Oti Ngozika said:
"Congratulations to you sir, Thank hands of God will never depart on you in Jesus name Amen and more Grace to you."
Adeyemi Idowu Olayinka said:
"Congrats.For doing this unto God,OJA u will never go down..More of God's blessings and grace in Jesus mighty name Amen."
Oguntuase Bolaji Ajibola said:
"We sincerely appreciate you sir for doing this big project for us in Ipoti Ekiti. The Lord that has used you to this for us,will not depart from your life in Jesus mighty name."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that fans on social media were left shocked after Ayefele stood on his feet for the first time in many years.
Apparently, a friend of the musician gifted him with a sophisticated machine which aided him in standing up again.
Sharing a video on his page, the singer extended his appreciation to his friend and added that his hopes of walking again have been rekindled.
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