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Sunday, 24 April 2022

Deacon Moses Aluko laid to Rest in Ilase-Ijesa... Cleric admonishes Nigerians to be at peace with one another


Death has been described as a necessary end for every mankind irrespective of their status and religious inclination.


This form the Crux of message at the final burial ceremony of late Deacon Moses Aluko at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Ilase-Ijesa.


Speaking at the final burial ceremony of late Deacon Moses Aluko, the vicar St. Paul's Anglican Church Ilase-Ijesa, Ven. Solomon Tayo enjoined everyone to live a righteous life and be at peace with one another, love their neighbors as he described death as inevitable for all mortals.


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Ven. Tayo described late Deacon Moses Aluko as a man who loved the work of God and the well-being of people around him and will at all time accommodate anyone without any hesitation adding that the lifestyle of late Deacon Aluko is worthy of emulation.


The children of the late Deacon Moses Aluko, including Pastor Segun Aluko and Mrs Dupe Olayefun among others described their father as a man who lived his life with simplicity, humility and generosity within his family and the society at large.


They further described him as a man of good heart, who loved God's word and a man made indelible marks on the sand of times through the help of God.


They expressed gratitude to him for the kind of all round training he gave them.

 

Also speaking, the acting President Ilase-Ijesa National Union, Barr. Mrs. Dupe Ajayi Gbadebo described late Deacon Moses Aluko who was the Ilase-Ijesa National Union President for 8 years, as a good leader who was ready at all times to render selfless services in the pursuit of peace, progress and development off Ilase-Ijesa.


The acting President stated further that late Deacon Aluko was a leader who believed in doing things with orderliness and transparency adding that his legacy of hard-work, honesty and thoroughness will never be forgotten.


The remains of late Deacon Moses Aluko were interred at his country home, Ilase.




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