Death has become so cruel every minute, every hour and every day. It is now very common to every home and every village. The angel of death keeps on roaming from one part of the nation to the other. If it is not covid 19, cancer, HIV or Diabetes then it's road accident.
Bishop Doctor Oginde is currently mourning the loss of his close relative which he described as a pillar. Bishop Oginde who has been a seasoned servant of God at Citam church wrote the following on his Twitter: "The wind has knocked down the oak tree in our home! My Brother Nicholas was the undisputed pillar in our family. But looks like he was needed upstairs. I was happy in his shade. Now am exposed."
Friends continue to send their condolence messages to Bishop every minute. Here are some of the few texts:" Oh this wind! Bringing down even the formidable oak! My deepest sympathies my boss! May you receive a covering to wade off the exposure...May you find fortitude during this dark season," Wageni.
"Bishop, i had to read that tweet more than 3 times to understand. A nice poetic way of passing sad news.Your brother was definitely needed upstairs. May he rest in peace", George.
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