Pastor Taiwo Odukoya’s twin sister is dead.
Merely weeks after he lost his second wife, Nomthi, the senior pastor of the Fountain of Life Church in Lagos, Pastor Taiwo Odukoya, has lost his twin sister, Kehinde.
Kehinde passed away on Thursday, with the cause of her death kept under wraps.
It was confirmed by Pastor Odukoya’s first daughter, Tolu Ijogun, on her verified Facebook page.
Tolu wrote: “My Dearest Aunty K, my birthing partner and one of my closest aunties, You were always there for me when I needed my mother the most.
“You held my hand and encouraged mee, to say I will miss you is such an understatement. Rest on Aunty, love you.
Pastor Taiwo wowed many of his members with the strength he displayed after Nomthi passed.
During the week, many had expressed fears and called out for prayers of strength for the Man of God on social media but during the service, he displayed strength while he reverenced God.
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Sharing a clip from the worship session on his Instagram page moments ago, his first son, Jimmy wrote “I sit here and marvel at the man my father Pastor Taiwo, He lost his wife Pastor Nomthi on Tuesday ; (2nd wife he would loose to death ) and here He is worshipping on stage in church on Sunday leading the church to worship; What manner of man is this ? His Strength in the midst of pain; His Courage in the face of fear; His Faith in a sea of doubt; His Perseverance through disappointment; His Wisdom amidst chaos; His Dedication beyond personal loss; His Unwavering Love for God bypassing his present reality are what legends are made of !!
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The battles He has fought would break a lesser man; I am FULLY PERSUADED that the very breath of God flows through him and that is what continues to strengthen him. Ah Pastor Taiwo Odukoya!! NA MAN YOU BE !!! What an honour to come from your loins and carry your last name! What a privilege to be your son! What an advantage to have your DNA !! To a General in God’s Army; Your battle scars sing of your victories ! I salute you Sir! No son could have a better Father “