Mother of former Lagos Commissioner, Oyinlomo Danmole buried in Lagos amid eulogies

Nigerians irrespective of their faith have been advised to reflect deeply on legacies they intend to leave behind and what the peopl will say about them they passed away.

The.Snr Apostle Samuel Adefowowe of the Praying Band C & S Church, Mushin gave this advise at the Funeral services held in honour of late Snr Apostle Mother Susanah Adedoyin Danmole at the Eko Club in Surulere area of Lagos.

He urged children and families left behind to remain united after the demise of Rev Apostle Mother Susanah Adedoyin Danmole.

He believes that she lived a life worthy of emulation because she always put smiles on the faces of many that came across her.

Snr Apostle Adefowowe encouraged the congregation to spend what God has blessed them with in support of the less privileged around them.

According to him,, Mama has entered the book of record as the first woman who deccided to dedicate her life to the service of the Lord after she had clocked eighty years.

He noted that the church is very proud of her and prayed for the family to have good testimonies after her death.

Responding on behalf of the children, Hon Oyinlomo Danmole thanked the well wishers home and abroad as well as sympathisers who have been with them since the death of their mother.

He said Nigerians must be patient with the government of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu adding the current difficulties in the country would soon be over.

He also noted that she will misses for her generosity transparency and honesty.

Snr Apostle Mother Susanah Adedoyin Danmole who died at 98 years was later buried at the Ikoyi Cemetery.

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