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Tears flow at Bimbo Odukoya’s remembrance

Tears flowed freely yesterday during a well attended service held at the Fountain of Life Church in memory of Pastor Bimbo Odukoya who died in the Sosoliso plane crash, last year December in Port Harcourt.
Though, her husband, Pastor Taiwo Odukoya said that the service was not for mourning but for thanksgiving, members of the congregation could not help but shed tears, especially when the choir ministered in a medley of chorus believed to be the late Bimbo Odukoya’s favourites.
Moved by the tears, the senior Pastor said he didn’t like remembrance, because it could make people cry although “it is not bad for those that have passed on.”
The late inspirational speaker was described as “a five-star General; an icon in the ministry and a multi-talented instrument in the hands of God.”
Pastor Taiwo Odukoya told the congregation that his late wife lived a fulfilled life that not only affected his life positively but that of others.
“My wife’s life fulfilled the scriptures. Her life has changed part of me. She didn’t leave me the way she met me. She was not only a gift to me but also to others,” he said.
The late Pastor Bimbo Odukoya died a year ago after the December 10, Sosoliso air crash which claimed the lives of many Nigerians, including 60 students of Loyola Jesuit College, Abuja.
Also receiving accolades during the church service was the wife of Lagos State Governor, Chief Oluremi Tinubu, who Pastor Odukoya described as a kind-hearted and good natured woman.
He added that Mrs Tinubu was a good woman who stood by the family “throughout our moments of grief.”
His words: “That she is here for this service is not for political reasons. All these past months, she has been calling me, my kids and my in-laws to ask after our well-being.”

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Free spirit of the most high   / Prince Oluwafemi Oriyomi (Family in christ )
Live on
tribute  / Owoyele Ibukunoluwa (role model )
i hardly known you until after your death.but even in death u still bless my life. am proud to be a woman because of the legacy you have left. seven years after your call to glory you still speak.sleep on.............. your virtues still live on in m...  Continue >>
I came across your book 'How to choose a life partner' nine years ago as a single lady and having been a core listener to your teachings in your TV broadcast for singles and married, identifying my life partner became very easy. I am grateful to you ...  Continue >>
I did not expect this!   / Rev. Michael Wafula (Viewer)
I am from Kenya; a pastor at a church in Nakuru and an ardent viewer of Pastor Bimbo Odukoya. I like watching her sermons, and had desired to welcome her to Kenya to come and minister in our couples dinner in the year 2012. Only to learn on the websi...  Continue >>
GOD KNOWS MORE THAN WE THICK.   / Arnaud Moh (listerner)
I have not known pastor BIMBO when she was alive but i know and believe she was a woman called by GOD for a better tmoro for many youth includuing me.I love and cherish messages and lecture she gave concerning the single and married and i also know s...  Continue >>
A WOMAN OF VIRTUE  / AKOGO JOHN DOE (listener)    Read >>
miss ur messages  / Azikiwe Felicia (viewer)    Read >>
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a woman of virtue  / Olayide Delano (menber)    Read >>
Your Lagacy Lives On  / Kate Irianan (An Admirer )    Read >>
Ur Legacy Lives On  / Kate Irianan (An Admirer )    Read >>
you live on  / Oseni Oluwatosin     Read >>
Sleep in the Lord  / Ikekwem Chinomso (Admirer)    Read >>
A Woman of Great Virtue  / Lorenzo Menakaya     Read >>
she was really an icon  / Ijeoma Ubochi (non-member)    Read >>
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