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Tope Alabi, Nathaniel Bassey other gospel singers, mourn late Dare Adeboye

TOPE Alabi, alongside other Nigerian gospel singers, have taken to social media to mourn Dare Adeboye, the late son of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God who passed on in his sleep last night, May 5, 2021.

In a post shared on their respective Instagram pages, the gospel ministers penned down emotional tributes for the deceased, stating that God knows the best as He is unquestionable.

The late Pastor Dare, aged 42, was the Assistant Pastor in charge of Region (Youth). He had ministered the previous day before his sudden death.

Reacting to this; Nathaniel Bassey wrote: “I have held back from sharing this because I still hoped for a miracle. And to think we flew together to Eket last week, sharing and talking about ministry and the kingdom is most shocking to me. Yesterday We prayed, danced, praised believing & hoping for a miracle because God sure works miracles. But it wasn’t to be. No doubt God is able and faithful. Practically seen Him raise the dead lately. And even now I believe He can. However, I also know that precious in His sight is the death of His Saints.

“So why we are here, sad and mourning, heaven is agog with joy and celebrations at the arrival of a saint.

“Our brother, and fellow soldier, Pastor Dare Adeboye, is in a far better place. With no bandits, kidnapping, terrorism, corona virus, economic hardship and intrigues. He lived the God-life. And has gone to join the host of heaven cheering us on. For we win. Head or tail.
We trust The Holy Spirit, our standby, strengthener and comforter to minister to our Father in the Lord, DADDY GO, His immediate Family, The RCCG and the entire body of Christ at this time. It is well.”

Tosinbee wrote: “It is well….”. While Tope Alabi wrote: “My heartfelt condolences. RIP Pastor Dare Adeboye”

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