- Leke Adeboye has penned a tribute to his late brother, Dare Adeboye, who died on Wednesday, May 5
- According to Leke, his brother's fist was still clenched as if he was holding a microphone
- He shared a photo of the late Pastor Dare and said the latter would have sent him a cash gift on his birthday which is on June 9
One of Pastor Enoch Adeboye's sons, Leke Adeboye, has penned a tribute to his late brother, Dare Adeboye.
In an Instagram post, Leke said his brother's fist was still clenched as if he was holding a microphone.
Leke, who will be celebrating his birthday on May 20, said Pastor Dare would have sent him a cash gift as a little brother and he would have done the same thing on June 9, the deceased's birthday.
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Leke's tribute read in part:
"Your fist was still clenched like you were holding a mic. But this time with your eyes closed and smiling. It's my birthday on May 20.
Leke said despite his brother's death, he will still send him a birthday gift. He appreciated the late pastor for being his brother and for all the experiences they shared together.
Reacting to the post, an Instagram user with the handle @chevellefranklyn wrote:
"Condolences to you and family. It is well."
"Love hugs and prayers for you and yours. We are with you in every way."
"He saw heaven and its awesome environment and smiled with delight. And smiling, at the angels thunderous applause, he walked to claim his reward. Our painful loss, heaven's gain. Rest in perfect peace Pastor Dare. Be comforted Pastor Leke, Daddy and Mummy GO and indeed the entire body of Christ."
"The comfort of the Holy Spirit be with you Pst Leke and entire Family."
"He was such a wonderful person! I still can't get over my experience with your family and your generosity just about 3 weeks ago during your visit here. Indeed, he is heaven's gain, Goodnight God's general. My sincere condolence to the entire Adeboye and Adeyokunnu family."
Legit.ng previously reported that Leke Adeboye reacted to the death of his elder brother, Pastor Dare Adeboye, as news about the incident trended on Nigerian social media space.
In a post on Facebook on Thursday, May 6, Leke quoted a bible verse that suggested that righteous people are taken away to be spared from disaster and evil.