A Nigerian man of God called Reverend Stephen Akinola has kicked the bucket. Rev. Stephen Akinola who happens to be the superintendent of Redemption Ministries Worldwide died in a hospital in Abuja.
According to the report the preacher died few hours after the news about passing of Nigerian pastor, Temitope Balogun Joshua popularly known as prophet T.B Joshua who happens to the founder of Synagogue Church of All Nations. The news of his death came bearly 24 hours after the death of prophet T.B Joshua. The cause of the death of Rev. Stephen Akinola has remains unknown as he had undergone a kidney transplant some weeks ago.
After the news of his death went viral, many worshippers, other members and residents of his congregation had moved to the church which had its headquarters in Port Harcourt to mourn him. Ogu who is the General Overseer and founder of Abundant Life Ministries described his death as sad.
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