December 4, 2022

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Strange Illness Kills Pastors Ighodalo & Adeboye’s Cousin + Ousted Ekiti Deputy Governor’s Daughter Also Hit by Double Tragedy

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Pastor-Ituah-Ighodalo
Pastor Ituah Ighodalo

Though thousands of worshippers at both the Redeemed Christian Church of God and the Trinity House could see smiles emanating from their spiritual leaders, Pastors E. A. Adeboye and Ituah Ighodalo during church services penultimate weekend, they never understood that their ‘GOs’ are going through some turbulent times underneath when on the pulpit doing what they know how to do best, preaching the gospel.

You may ask the reason for this… Well, Global News can exclusively tell you that the story is about how the two highly respected men of God lost one of their cousins to the cold hands of death. The man, Seun Fashawe popularly known as Dr. Fash died in London. His father, a late monarch in Ondo State was a maternal uncle to both Pastor Adeboye and Pastor Ighodalo. Prior to his death, Dr. Fash was a popular Lagos-based medical doctor who served as the medical director of Silver River Healthcare Nigeria Limited. Also a politician, he once contested and won election as House of Representatives member from Okeigbo/Ileoluji Federal constituency, Ondo State in 2011.

Another angle to this story is the fact that Dr. Fash’s wife Dolapo is the first daughter of the recently ousted Ekiti State deputy governor, Mrs. Modupe Adelabu and this occurrence must have been a double hit on the woman who works as a mental health desk officer at the Ministry of Health, Lagos State Secretariat. She also doubles as the coordinator, Eko Free Health Mission as sadly, her mother recently lost out as the number two citizen of Ekiti State. Both Dr. Fash and Dolapo were blessed with two boys, Oluwakayode and Ayomidimeji.

Though many may have heard about this, only few are privy to the spiritual angle of youthful deaths in the maternal homestead of Pastors Adeboye and Ighodalo. Global News would like to shed more lights on the cause of these deaths. Few years back, another uncle of the dead Dr. Seun battled so hard with other families who were all interested in becoming the monarch of Okeigbo in Ondo State. Engr. Femi Fasawe lost his life to a ghastly motor accident in his Nissan Altima car just few months after he was enthroned as the Oluroke and till date the town has never had a King to replace him. However, we can tell you that one of the younger sisters of the dead Dr. Fash emerged as the regent of the town. This ugly phenomenon is ongoing as the cold hands of death keep snatching young and upwardly-mobile members of the Fasawe clan. In fact, this is indeed the time for both Pastors Adeboye and Ighodalo to combine their anointing powers together and put an end to this ugly trend.

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UBA Foundation Rings in The Yuletide Season, Lights Up the Lagos Marina Africa’s Global bank, United Bank for Africa, through its Corporate Social Responsibility Arm, the UBA Foundation, on Tuesday, held its annual Christmas Lighting ceremony to mark the start of the festive season. The brilliant Christmas Lights of the UBA Foundation Gardens at the UBA Head Office on the Marina in Lagos, were activated by the bank’s Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Oliver Alawuba, in a grand ceremony which was witnessed by key management staff and some customers of the bank. Alawuba, who addressed attendees at the ceremony, reiterated that the annual Lighting event is a symbol of hope for the coming year, the future and all the goodness it will bring into people’s lives. Alawuba said, “The UBA Foundation is focused on touching lives and giving back to its host communities. UBA through its foundation, the UBA Foundation desire remains is committed to improving lives in whatever way we can. We want to give back always and this event is quite symbolic as it represents the affinity we have towards our customers, employees and associates as well as our communities.” The CEO of the UBA Foundation, Mrs Bola Atta, said that the Christmas lighting ceremony was important for the Foundation adding: “Today is significant. All over the world, it is known in the advent period as Giving Tuesday. It is a time to give back to those who don’t have enough. It is a time to shine light on others, to give hope and give gifts. Today we gave out a lot of gifts and people were happy as we lit up the Foundation gardens to symbolise joy and hope. We are constantly reminded as an institution, of our promise to continue to touch lives and show kindness. In these difficult times, sharing even a little bit, goes a long way.” The lighting ceremony was attended by UBA staff members and customers who were serenaded with Christmas carols by the UBA Customer Fulfilment Centre’s choir. It ended with a guided tour around the UBA Foundation gardens on the Lagos Marina. Over the years, the UBA Foundation has been very active in creating sustainable development in its host communities and as part of its corporate social responsibility, the Foundation will be feeding tens of thousands of people across Africa during this festive season. UBA Foundation, the CSR arm of the UBA Group, is committed to the socio-economic betterment of the communities in which the bank operates, focusing on development in the areas of Education, the Environment, Economic Empowerment and other Special Projects.

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