It was a moment filled with mind-blowing surprises, never-seen-before happenings when the Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele celebrated his mother, Mrs Margaret Ayodele as she clocked 80 years some weeks ago.
The event took place in Lagos state with several dignitaries storming the venue to honour Mrs Magaret Ayodele JP, mother of the renowned prophet.
The event started with a glorious grand entrance of the celebrant into the hall premises while the crowd cheered her as she walked into the hall. Primate Ayodele as a respectful son immediately prostrated to greet his mother who elegantly walked in.
Without wasting time, Primate Ayodele presented a brand-new vehicle to his mother and a multi-million naira house, making it his second house gift to his mother.
In addition to the multi-million naira gifts, Primate Ayodele presented visas of three countries to her.
Meanwhile, he had sponsored her to Jerusalem some years back.
As if that wasn’t enough, the popular prophet gave a car to his Aunty, Mrs Dupe Akinfenwa who is his mother’s immediate junior sister.
Primate Ayodele while presenting the gifts explained that his mother deserved everything and more than all he has done for her because she has done a lot for him and his siblings.
He made it known that most of the things he learned from her had helped him in relating with people from a different race. The clergyman then prayed for many more years to come in good health for his mother.
The birthday celebration was well garnished with good soulful music from renowned gospel musician, Dare Melody.
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