Mr. Peter Obi, who ran for president as a candidate for the Labour Party in the most recent election, has sent his condolences to the family of the late Prophet Michael Ojo Olowere, who founded the Christ Apostolic Church and was also known as Oke-Agbara.
On Wednesday, Prophet Michael Ojo Olowere passed away at his residence in Ibadan, which is the capital of the state of Oyo.
In response, Obi hailed the departed man of God as a very revered preacher of the gospel of Christ in a tweet that he sent out late on Thursday night.
He emphasized that the deceased prophet had made great impacts through his evangelism, and he noted that the late prophet had made a significant contribution to the advancement of both the church and society.
In his letter, he said, “I have just received the news of the death of Prophet Michael Olowere, a renowned evangelist and founder of Christ Apostolic Church, Oke-Agbara.”
“At Christ Apostolic Church, he served as a minister of the gospel for many years and earned a great deal of respect.” He made a significant impact on the development of both the church and society.
His ministry spanned many decades and had a significant impact not only in Oyo State but also beyond its borders. My deepest condolences go out to his immediate family as well as the Christ Apostolic Church on the loss of their loved one. May God grant him eternal rest and provide consolation to everyone who mourn his passing.