Cleric Tasks Christians On Righteousness
The remains of Mr Titus Olasunkanmi Omidiji have been buried with admonition to christians to live a life that would make them to reign with Jesus Christ, after death.
The Bishop of Egba Diocese of Anglican Communion, the Reverend Emmanuel Adekunle gave the charge in a sermon at the funeral service held in Christ Anglican Church, Ijemo, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The Reverend Adekunle who encouraged faithful to remain steadfast and dedicated to the service of God in the face of trials and tribulations, noted that they must be ready to share in the sufferings of Jesus Christ, to be able to be partakers of his glory in heaven.
The clergyman observed that Christians had become endangered in the recent times across the globe, hence the need to be righteous in order to overcome challenges.
The Reverend Adekunle remarked that the deceased was a devout christian and philanthropist par excellence, and implored the family to sustain his legacy.
Speaking on behalf of the family, the eldest daughter of the deceased, Mrs Gbemisola Fabunmi appreciated God for the life and time of their father, whom she noted would be sorely missed by everyone who had come in contact with him.
In remark, a niece of the deceased and the Acting zonal Director of Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Ibadan zonal station, Mrs Bolanle Owoyemi described her late uncle as loving, caring and supporter of good fortunes, whose memory could not be easily forgotten.
Aged Sixty- seven, Mr Titus Olasunkanmi Omidiji died on the thirtieth of July 2021, and was survived by wife, children, grandchildren and family members.