It was exactly a month yesterday that Late Dr. Omololu Oladosu, visioner, Maranatha Family Pavilion had his last breath on the surface of the earth but not many people knew the mystery behind his early exit from this sinful world.
Have you ever wondered why he had to be at the University College Hospital, Ibadan where he had his last moment? #CNO in its fact-finding mission has gathered all the intrigues behind it all from reliable sources within the hospital environment.
Though, was in Ibadan for a different mission, to visit his brother Pastor Muyiwa and to also run some medical tests not at UCH initially. In fact he was at the Ibadan Zoo a day before he started observing the issue that led to his being rushed to UCH.
When he had the issue, an Abdominal Pain, he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit, ICU where his elder brother who took him there gave strict instruction that nobody should have direct access to him except him, this happened on a Friday 24th of February, 2017, the family didn’t have much choice than to pray but by Sunday they allowed a few top members in the ministry to see him and he spoke with them on various issues. He was moved out of Intensive Care Unit that Sunday 26th and by the early hours on Monday 27th it was revealed, he slipped into coma.
This situation, #CNO gathered, troubled the brother and some of the Maranatha Family leading them to embark on an intensive prayer session, hours later doctors announced the unpalatable news of his death.
The Maranatha youth, information at our disposal revealed, were reluctant to make public the news of his death because they applied the faith he had imbued in them by engaging in fervent round the clock prayer session for revival of his soul. While they wanted something positive to happen, they were left with no choice than to let God take all the glory by having it His way.
Before this time, the great scholar and author of many books who was said to have survived so many attacks from brothers within the fold envious of his evangelical strides.
He has a daughter in the United States of America named Fadekemi. She is about 17 years, we learnt. He was married to Eniola, based in America too with her daughter. The late Theologian was always keeping in touch with his daughter and taking care of their welfare, a reliable family source hinted us.
Were they divorced? #CNO tried to inquire further but the source was unable to shed light on that. The much he could state was that the late Dr. is one man who would never support divorce except if in an abusive relationship. He was an advocate for enduring marriage.
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