Former ANCEDRAM National Secretary, Muyiwa Adeyeye Buries Mum, Says Late Mum is Embodiment of Giving

By Damilare Daniel, Oluwafemi Dosu

A Former National Secretary of All Nigeria Conference of Evangelical Drama Ministers, Muyiwa Adeyeye has done Burial ceremony for his late mother, says Late mum is an embodiment of giving.

Report has it that late Deaconess Comfort Oredola Adeyeye died 12 days after her 78 birthday, which is July 12, 2021, the wake keep service was done on the 30th of September, and was buried on the 1st of October. On the 10th of October 2021 was family thanksgiving, thanking God for the success of the whole events.

In an exclusive interview with Gospel Film News, the former ANCEDRAM National Secretary, Evangelist Muyiwa Adeyeye reveals that her late mother was the most prayerful person he has ever met in life, adding that when he had his own family, he has to go visiting every night and see her praying mentioning every one’s name one after the other. He further stated that his late mum was a prayer warrior, a kind hearted woman who accommodates all to the extent that she accommodated foreigners, people she didn’t know, adding that the deceased was also passionate about Christ and evangelism, and he tapped into love for evangelism from her.

Adeyeye disclosed that giving is one thing his mum left behind for him. “After retiring in 1996, she tried her hands on so many businesses, but she couldn’t hold down any business not that she is bad in doing business but she gives too much including her wear, my mummy is embodiment of giving,” he added.

Moi The drama minister who is also an immigration officer stressed that every mother and woman must take after the legacy of his mother by being prayerful for their families to do well.

“We all know how important prayer is in our lives, my mum was known for every good thing, if you talk about being obedience to parent, spouse or relative every woman needs. She was someone that can train almost anybody, I lose count on the number of people who passed through my mummy. The testimonies is in her burial, people came from all over the world. Look at the small thanksgiving we did in church, people came from everywhere. These are the things i expect every woman to emulate from my mother.

“One thing I will miss most about my mum is, you know anytime I have any outreach or job or anything at all, all I need to do is to inform her, I have that assurance that somebody is praying for the success. I enjoy maami’s prayers. She is always praying for us. Thank God I was able to do what I did for her when she was alive, I did all I needed to do as a son when she was alive, buying her gift, make sure she never lack anything, I took her to hospital by myself, I was the one that pushed all my sibling to make sure all come and celebrate mummy on her birthday and it was a wonderful party for her. I don’t think I would have done any better. I had a very good time with my mummy.”


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