NSCEA Mourns with Pastor Adeboye over Son Demise


The Nigerian Supreme Council for Ecclesiastical Affairs (NSCEA) has expresses her deep sympathy with G.O Enoch Adeboye and the Redeemed Church family over the demise of brother and Pastor Dare Adeboye, his third child with died on Tuesday.

Bishop Prof. Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies, Secretary General of the Elders’ Council speaking on behave of NSCEA stated, “that the sad news came as a rude shock to the entire body of Christ in Nigeria as our beloved Pastor and brother slept on peaceably, in the Lord, from sleep, into glory.”

The God’s End-time General however was too young to leave us; he exemplifies the courage, strength and strides of a typical Nigerian Christian youth, as they work and struggle so hard and tirelessly to be a blessing to their nation and generation, always and continuously working and over-stressed.

This is a strong warning to all the youths, leaders and elders working contrarily to tear the Nigerian nation apart while others struggle against all odds in building it.

It would be recalled that “ Pastor Dare who would have turned 43 next month June 9, 2021, was a life coach, visionary leader, motivator, bridge builder and first son of Baba Adeboye.

He was in charge of the Abuja headquarters of the RCCG.

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According to information posted by our source on Thursday, it explained that, “he was a Youth Provincial Pastor in Eket, Akwa Ibom State. It was reported that Dare officiated on Sunday.

The source also revealed that “he however asked not to be disturbed after getting home from church. He retired to his bedroom, slept but did not wake up.” He must have been extremely tired and exhausted.

Insider sources said, it was when his wife, Temiloluwa Adeboye, noticed her husband’s unusual sleeping hours and could not reach him on phone that she raised the alarm and he was discovered dead. The younger Adeboye was neither sick nor on medication when the tragic incident happened.”

Confirming the sad development, one of the top shots in the RCCG family, accordingly said: “Shock. Disbelief. Tears. Thanksgiving. Praise. Total submission to the will of God. Pastor Dare’s death is painful, unexpected, but who dares question God?”

“Like father like son, He was also described in 2020 as one of the most influential youth pastors in the Redeemed Christian Church of God worldwide. Pastor Dare was happily married with lovely children. We thank God for the lives of Pa. and Mama G.O, especially over Nigeria and generally worldwide in Ministry. We pray that God will give them the fortitude to bear the loss” says, Adesanya-Davies.

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