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Ekiti The Hope distributor, ‘Aladeen’ goes home

By Victor Akinkuolie, Ekiti


The burial ceremony of the distributor of The Hope Newspaper in Ado-Ekiti, Mr James Ajayi Ogunsakin, popularly known as “Aladeen” began on Thursday in Ado-Ekiti, with wake-keep ceremony at his residence located at 10, Isokan quarters, Zone 5 Omisanjana, Ado-Ekiti.

In a sermon delivered at the ceremony, the Reverend in charge of Saint Patrick Catholic Cathedral, Ado-Ekiti, Rev’d Fr. Isaac Kolawole, stressed the need for all mortals to move closer to God Almighty while on earth.

He explained that individuals shall be judged by God based on their dealings while on earth.

Describing death as inevitable and a debt that must be paid by all mortals, the Catholic Priest explained that all living must always think of the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, and that one day all of us will sleep and never wake up again.

He reminded the gathering of the need to always take care of themselves by engaging in regular check-ups in the hospital.

He prayed for the members of the family of the deceased, including his wife and children.

One of the sons of the late Newspaper Distributor, Mr Bernard Ogunsakin, described his late father as a mentor, a father, and a teacher of excellence.

He explained that the vacuum created by the death of his late father would be difficult to fill.

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