Monday, April 21, 2014

CODED-ish News:: Why Pastor Kumuyi ‘Broke Down’ During Easter Retreat

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More revelations have emerged over the recent failing health of the General superintendent of Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor William Folorunsho Kumuyi during the just concluded national Easter Retreat of the church.
It was reported on Sunday that the former university don broke down during the retreat and was forced to rest on Saturday after losing his voice the previous day.

Explaining why the preacher broke down, the church secretary, Pastor Jerry Asemota, while addressing the congregation at the weekend, said the sudden health failure of the pastor was connected to his recent marathon engagements across the continent.
      
Asemota said: “With much pleading, we had to convince our pastor to rest. You could recall that lately, he was engaged in series of rival meetings across the continent. Only recently, he was in Abuja, Taraba, Bayelsa, Imo, Edo, Akure and Ibadan. He was also in Ghana, Namabia and Togo and other West African countries.
"He’s human and needs to rest, so we enjoined you all to pray for God’s strength upon his life and bear with us at this time. He is not going on holiday but he needs serious rest. I am very sure that before the programmes end, your Pastor will bounce back to complete what he had started."
It was gathered that Kumuyi, who eventually bounced back during the last day of the retreat, did not make any reference to his health condition during his ministrations.
However, he was seen very agile and vibrant during the last day of the power-packed programme.
The soft-spoken preacher in his last sermon entitled “Reigning Through the Victory of Jesus” said, once you have the vision with Jesus Christ, you can achieve anything
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