Genesis 3:19 In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken: for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.
The amissa service for late Prophetess Oluranti Adiat Ayodele according took place today at the Celestial Church of Christ Ile Anu Parish, Isheri-Oshun Lagos at about 10 am.’
Late Prophetess Adijat Oluranti Ayodele who passed on to greater beyond in the early hours of October 13 , 2019
The service which lasted for almost twos had in attendance great anointed men of God , dignitaries, family of the deceased and well-wishers.
The man of God admonished the congregation to give their lives to Christ and live a life worthy of emulation as a follower of Christ.
Late Mrs Oluwaranti Adijat Alake Ayodele (Nee Balogun) was born on 25th February 1956 into the family of Late Alhaji Kareem and Alhaja Humuani Balogun who was a popular fish farmer in Epe, Lagos State.
Late Oluranti Ayodele attended Saint Stephen’s primary school Oke Popo,, Lagos-Island for her elementary school where she joined the christian faith .
In January 1972, she proceeded to Okemagba High School, Mojoda-Epe in Lagos and completed her secondary school education in 1975.
Thereafter, the deceased worked at the national population commission computer department where she served for over twenty years and retired as a senior officer on December 1st 1997.
She was anointed as a prayerist in the fold of Cherubim and Seraphim Church Movement Surulere (Ayo Ni O).
Late Ranti joined Martha Band on July 4 1993, she was also a Youth Teacher in her early days.
The deceased was married to Prophet Olumuyiwa Ayodele, who is the Shepherd of a parish of Celestial Church Of Christ, till her death.
Mama Balogun as she was fondly called was undoubtedly an epitome of beauty and cleanliness. Cheerful to the core.
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Late Prophetess Mrs Oluranti Adiat Ayodele who people referred to as caring and loving woman in her lifetime was survived by husband, children and grand children.