- Death is indeed inevitable, as it leaves one with a pain in the heart that cannot be healed even with time
- It is another sad piece of news as a popular cleric in Kogi state died in a car crash on Sunday, December 26
- Meanwhile, the pastor's car rammed into a heavy-duty vehicle, trailer to be precise, along Lokoja road leading to his death
It is a piece of news that would sadden the heart of many as Ayo Adun, the founder and senior pastor of Millennium Christian Centre, one of the biggest churches in Lokoja, Kogi state is dead.
PM News reports that Adun died on Sunday, December 26, when his car rammed into a stationary trailer that had developed a fault on the road in Lokoja.
The newspaper added that the heavy-duty vehicle did not have any caution sign and that was why the clergyman’s man car rammed into it, causing his untimely death.
Nigerians have reacted to the sad news.
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Adun’s untimely death has been eliciting reactions from Nigerians. These are some of them.
Chrisy Chris wrote:
"Oh God, why ...my pastor during my youth service."
Isaac Uka wrote:
"We just need to be careful and pray without ceasing now, considering the number of deaths these few days. Surviving 2021 could be a pyrrhic victory. The cost is enormous."
Ottanthompson Kkings wrote:
"Life!! Before now this pastor may have said those who had car accidents didn't know how to pray."
Oritsejolomisan Edun wrote:
"Rest in peace and in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ , AMEN !!."
DiaGona DaYebzy Shimbura Donga wrote:
"Rest in peace man of God."
Kingsley Dominic wrote:
"Sad news Rip."
Former President Goodluck Jonathan mourns late Desmond Tutu
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan has condoled with the government and the people of South Africa over the passing of Nobel Prize Laurette, Bishop Desmond Tutu.
Jonathan in a condolence message posted on his Facebook Page on Sunday, December 26, said on behalf of himself and the Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, he condoles the South African government on the passage of Bishop Desmond Tutu at the age of 90.
Describing Tutu as a global champion for peace, human rights and reconciliation, Jonathan said Tutu lived a life of service to God and humanity.
How gunmen abducted a Catholic priest in Ondo state
In other news, gunmen suspected to be kidnappers reportedly abducted a Catholic Priest, Reverend Joseph Ajayi.
The cleric was abducted along the Akure-Ikere road in Ondo state on Tuesday, December 7.
He was said to be travelling in his Toyota Corolla to Ilara-Mokin in Ifedore local government area, close to Akure, the state capital, where his parish is located.