Evangelist, Deb’rah Osagiede is dead

Evangelist, Deb’rah Osagiede is dead

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Evangelist, Apostle (Mrs) Deb’rah Godon-Osagiede, the General Overseer of Spirit and Life Family Bible Church, is dead.

EVANGELIST (MRS) DEB’RAH GORDON OSAGIEDE, THE GENERAL OVERSEER, SPIRIT AND LIFE FAMILY BIBLE CHURCH

Her eldest son, Gordon Osagiede who is a Bishop in the church, broke the news to members of the church on Monday night.

He said the church leader died after a brief illness.

“I am informing you beloved with a pained heart that Our Mummy, the First Lady of Global Evangelism, Daughter of Jesus Christ to the Nation’s has gone to be with her Heavenly FATHER.

“She passed away this morning after a brief illness. This shock us heavily, this Storm is big! But God gives us his PEACE at this TIME.

“We have Peace in this Storm. I pray for your heart which is heavy, I pray the Holy Spirit comfort you. I pray that your Faith in God remains strong. We have overcome in Jesus Name”, the Bishop said.

The Evangelist who has mentored many Nigerians, is survived by Children.

Mrs. Osagiede, lost her husband, Dr.. Gordon Osagiede on December 25, 2005.

She had also empowered over 3000 widows through TABITHA widows empowerment programme across 19 locations in the six area Councils of the federal Capital territory FCT.

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  • Stanley Igunbor
    December 7, 2020, 9:19 pm

    Shocking. Saw her at Benin airport 12.12.2020 returning from a journey.
    May her evangelistic soul rest in peace.

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  • Stanley Igunbor
    December 7, 2020, 9:23 pm

    (corrected comment)== Shocking. Saw her at Benin airport 12.11.2020 returning from a journey.
    May her evangelistic soul rest in peace.

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