- A Deacon at the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Ogun state has slumped and died while preaching in the church
- The deacon who has been identified as Chief Francis Oluwole Ogunnusi, was the Baale of Onikoko community, near Panseke area of Abeokuta
- Ogunnusi was in the pulpit preaching against the ‘get-rich-quick’ syndrome that has become rampant when he suddenly slumped
In a shocking video, a deacon at the Evangelical Church Winning All, Onikoko, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Francis Ogunnusi, died while preaching in the church on Sunday, April 3.
According to reports, the deceased was the Baale of Onikoko community, near the Panseke area of Abeokuta.
Ogunnusi was on the pulpit on Sunday preaching against the get-rich-quick syndrome that had become the order of the day in different parts of the country.
He was heard warning those killing others to get rich, saying when they died, the money would be taken by other people.
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Ogunnusi, while preaching in Yoruba, said:
“The money you make through unlawful means, killing people, su*king human blood, when death comes, it will belong to another person.”
However, as his interpreter was about presenting the words in English language, Ogunnusi fell with the microphone in his hand.
This led to commotion in the church hall, as people rushed him to a hospital.
A member of the church, who did not want to be identified, said the victim was rushed to the Federal Medical Centre, Idi Aba, Abeokuta, where he was pronounced dead.
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Meanwhile, Nigerians have expressed concern over the comments made by Leke Adeboye, the last son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, who on Sunday, April 3, slammed some RCCG pastors for preaching after his father had given the sermon of the day.
As it is a norm in RCCG, Daddy G.O’s sermon is expected to be the only sermon for that Sunday as all pastors were expected to connect to the National Headquarters where the General Overseer would deliver his.
Leke who was not pleased to hear that some pastors went ahead to preach to their congregations after his father’s sermon frowned at such pastors, describing them as goats.