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Prophet Ireti Ajanaku’s Final Journey



ajanaku-burial-620x400Thursday, July 17, 2014 would not be forgotten by members of Christ Revival Victory Chapel International (CRVCI). It was the day reality dawn on most of them, who never believed their Senior Pastor, Prophet Iretiola Ajanaku, had died, as he was finally laid to rest several months after his shocking death.
Most of the members, who had benefited from Prophet Ajanaku’s grace as a man of God, had expected that ‘Daddy’, as the deceased was fondly called, would come back to life, but this was not to be as his remains was committed to mother earth amidst tears.
Even after he was buried, some members still believed Prophet Ajanaku was still alive, this was evident in the T-shirt printed worn by the church members, who were present at the burial ceremony held at Ipaja-Ayobo, Lagos.
Prayers were rendered to God to keep the family left behind by the deceased at the event, which was attended by some other men of God.
The biography of the late Prophet Ajanaku was read at the funeral and many got to know more about the man, who many people did not know too well.
A part of the biography reads, “With a Muslim background, he (Prophet Ajanaku) never had interest in studying the Quran, revealing the fact that he was created for a greater life in the gospel of Jesus Christ.
“When God decided to make himself known to him, it was strange to him, but he was curious to know why God of the whole universe would have anything to do with him considering his background.”
It was further stated in the write-up that “The ministry started at 17, Ogun Adewale Street, Ipaja, Lagos, with 12 members in 1995 and later moved to Sulu Close opposite Community Bank in Ipaja, where he is fond of referring to as packing case, a small place built with perforated planks before the church eventually moved to her permanent site at 17, Koya Akinwale Street, Ayobo Ipaja, where the headquarters is located.”
Many who spoke at the event eulogized Prophet Ajanaku, and they unanimously agreed that the deceased positively affected their lives and would be greatly missed.

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