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Why I chose to rebuild Ojokoro Orimolade cenotaph, by Rev. moth. Esther Ajayi

Founder of Love of Christ Generation Church and ambassador plenipotentiary of white garment churches, Rev. Mother Abimbola Esther Ajayi has lifted the lid on the real reason why she decided to rebuild the resting place of founder of C&S organisation, Saint Moses Orimolade Tunolase, at Ojokoro, in Lagos State.
Sharing her experience on how she almost lost three of her fingers at dedication of the holy land, last Saturday, she explained that she almost lost three of her fingers on her first visit to the land.
Hear her, “I had the opportunity of entering this building for the first time in 2018. During the course of the service I was dancing and worshipping God as my way of showing my appreciation to my father in His presence.
” At some point, they asked us to shout hallelujah. Immediately I raised my hand I heard a sound and I felt a pain on my fingers, I even thought the fingers were cut off completely.
“My husband noticed it from where he was seated because we communicate and check ourselves at intervals. My children pressed the fingers, it was so painful but I managed to continue dancing in other not to cause any kiosk because I know that if people should know what happened that might disrupt the service. I managed the pain for about two weeks.
“However, I left the event with the pain and when we got home we had a meeting on the issue I told my husband and my children that it is a must for us change the face of holy land, what happened today is a sign because my God does not allow any bad thing to happen to me, he always kept me from evil. Everyone of them agreed with me. And here is the result today,” Rev. Mother AJAYI said.

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