Prophet Ajanaku Burial Rites Performed by Ogboni Society
It has been announced that Tope Alabi erstwhile spiritual father, Prophet Elijah Iretiola Ajanaku has finally had his last breathe. This was confirmed by a team of medical doctors late yesterday. The mystery that surrounds his death is still unimaginable, reason being that, the deceased was highly respected by his congregation even the popular gospel singer, Tope Alabi, gave him series of hypes in all her albums et al.
What is so amazing is the role the occult group popularly called Ogboni Fraternity played in his demise. A very reliable source whispered that, two days ago, 27 Ogboni members visited his place and were said to have asked every occupant to evacuate his room. Having spent some time with his corpse, they left, a close source revealed.
We also confirmed that the deity that comes out and is forbidden to be seen by women (Oro), since his travails, has been shouting his name with all sorts of chants to appease their god.
The man, according to his church members, was confirmed finally dead days ago and his remains, the church publicist said, has been deposited in the morgue but the Ogboni group, a source hinted, has warned the church members not to go ahead with his funeral without consulting them first; what this simply implies is that, the late pastor might have got his power from them and not directly from God.
Below is official statement issued by the church to announce his demise:
‘The death has been announced of Prophet Elijah Iretiola Ajanaku whose death was confirmed by a team of doctors on Thursday night after several vigil of prayers since Saturday evening when his health deteriorated. Prophet Ajanaku who hailed from the Owo Ope family in Gbongan is survived by his wife, Joy and two children Stella and Apotieri. His remains has been deposited at the Military Mortuary, Yaba, Lagos.
Though he was born a Moslem over 40 years ago in Gbongan, he moved to Lagos in the 90s and settled in Ipaja Ayobo area where he acquired skills in many vocations and engaged in several trades before his encounter with God. continue reading below..
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He founded and shepherded the Christ Revival Victory Chapel International, Ayobo, Ipaja, Lagos and rose to become the President of The Ajanaku World Outreach, a ministry devoted to the spread of the gospel outside the church. His last mission unaccomplished was Idoani For Christ, slated for September 30 and October 1, 2013 in Idoani, Ondo State.
Until his death, he was a widely travelled evangelist with remarkable crusades and prophetic healings around the world. Burial arrangements will be announced by the family and the church soon’
Oluwatosin Faleye,CRVCI Public Affairs Dept.