Popular Cleric and Founder, Grace of Mercy Prayer Mountain Worldwide, Prophet Sam Olu-Alo has promised to establish a Care home for Widows and less privileged persons in his hometown, Ido-Ekiti.
In a quick visit to the Olojudo of Ido, Oba Ayorinde Ilori-Faboro as burial rites for his late father kicked off, Prophet Olu-Alo said the widows would enjoy therapy, medical checkups, free food and other forms of care where necessary.
He also reaffirmed it while addressing widows and other townsmen who trooped out to celebrate the life of the cleric’s father, Pa Joseph Omowaye Alo.
Speaking in Yoruba, the Cleric said, “I’m passionate about making life better for youths and widows. Hence, I’m creating something like a Restaurant, a Care Centre that would tend to the needs of widows and less privileged people.
“Precisely, I am making a commitment to ensure their feeding twice a week.
“I am pleased and surprised by the fact that these women in these unstable economic times, donated several tubers of yam, palm oil and other foodstuff as their contribution for this burial,” he said.
In his address, the Monarch thanked the Cleric for putting Ido-Ekiti on the National Map and acknowledged that the late father of the Cleric, Pa Joseph Omowaye Alo would indeed be proud of his legacy his family had set in the community.
Selfless To a Fault – Residents of Ido Pay Tributes to Baba Alo
As burial rites for Pa Joseph Omowaye Alo, the father of popular cleric, Sam Olu-Alo commenced with residents of his hometown, Ido-Ekiti dancing and singing in commemoration of the life of the deceased, many have paid tributes to him.
Some of the Female Elders and Widows at the special celebration for the deceased described him as a champion of Widows and the less privileged.
One of them, and Coordinator of the Special Widows celebration for Pa Alo, Elizabeth Faleye paid tributes to the late Alo, calling him selfless man, who “was friendly, caring, ever ready to help and encourage us all.
She added,”He was rarely angry, he was open minded and provided encouragement and help to those who needed it. His death came as a shock as he had promised to send someone to help me harvest my yams, few days before he passed.”
Speaking to Adamimogo 93.1FM, one of the family members, Grace Bamidele described the deceased as “a good, generous and kind man.”
“He was always conscious of those around him and offered advice and prayers where necessary,” Bamidele said.
The weeklong burial continues with the commissioning of two schools in Temidire-Ekiti and Ido-Ekiti respectively on Tuesday.
Wake keep follows on Thursday at Odo-Agbe Street while the final interment would take place on Friday at CAC Oke Isegun.