glorious departure from this side of the world, the cream-DE-la-cream of the Celestial Church of Christ converged at Lisa Village under Ifo Local
Government Area of Ogun State (South-West Nigeria) on Friday, March 17, 2017 to give their very last respect to the late
theologian cum renowned educationist and founder of Maranatha Bible University (MBU).
The events leading to his last
journey to the right hand of his creator started with a wake keep service at
his NO 4-6 Olugbenga Faseun close by Imola Bus Stop, Agege- CCC Maranatha Pavilion Ministries
International on Wednesday March 15. A second Wake Keep Service took place
at the premises of his Maranatha Bible
Lisa village by Ifo Local
Government Area on Thursday March 16th. The final funeral rites took
place at Lisa on Friday, March 17th,
2017 with an early day lying in state service from 8am to 10am. The real
service conducted by eminent Celestial
leaders from various parishes across Nigeria and Europe (Including
Pastors from Pentecostal churches) started at 10 am and his body was later laid
to rest in front of his private vicarage
Oladosu transited this world on Monday
February 27th at age 56. He passed away at the University Teaching
Hospital (UCH) Ibadan—Oyo State after a very brief illness.
chattered theologian, a professional counselor, a world crusader and one of the
distinguished leaders of the Celestial
Church of Christ worldwide.
Oladosu is the first man to earn a doctorate of theology in the entire
Celestial Church fold worldwide and till his last hours on earth, he remained
one of the formidable bridges between the Celestial Church of Christ and other
denominations around the world.
establishment of Celestial Church
around the world in his life time. His Maranatha
Bible University with over ten campuses in Nigeria churns out about 2000
Bible students every year. He has equally authored over 30 books on Spiritual
finance, Bible Knowledge, Religious
Diplomacy, Church Leadership, Personal Development and more.
for “Transformative Leadership” by Christian
Association of Nigeria (CAN).
Encounter blog, Asabeafrika brings
you faces from his funeral last Friday at Lisa
village. We promise to give you the full story after this time out. Enjoy!