In loving memory of their departed parents and grandparents, the children, and grandchildren of the late Pa Isaiah Taiwo Oguntade and the late Madam Abigael Abeni Oguntade will this weekend Saturday November 27, 2021 give free medical service to the people and residents of Orudu Ijeja town in Ogun state.
The one-day free medical service will take place at Our Saviour African Church, Orudu Ijeja town, Ogun state, from 9am -4pm featuring free medical consultation, free blood pressure check, free tuberculosis/HIV test with counseling, subsidized blood sugar test, free nutrition drugs and other medical checkup and appropriate referrer for treatment at health centres to the people and residents of Orudu Ijeja town.
Mr. Gbenga Segun Oyegunle, one of the children of the deceased explained to Christian Benefits magazine that the humanitarian event was also aimed at marking his 40th birthday celebration last November 3 and the posthumous birthday of his late mother, Madam Abigael Oguntade on November 17, the same birth date of his son. Oyegunle added that the event was another opportunity to propagate the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.
“We, the entire children and grandchildren of our late patriarch, Pa Isaiah Taiwo Oguntade and our late matriarch, Madam Abigael Abeni Oguntade are organizing this memorial free medical service to the people and residents of Orudu Ijeja in Ogun state in loving memory of our departed parents and grandparents.
We also want to use the memorial free medical service to mark my recent 40th birthday celebration last November 3, and also my son’s birthday and my late mom birthday on November 17. Aside this, we want to use the memorial free medical service to further propagate the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ in Orudu Ijeja town.
Our mission is to proclaim the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to touch people’s lives and to be ambassadors in the contributions to life care,” Oyegunle explained.
The one-day free medical service is being organized jointly by the Oyegunle, the Oluwafemi, the Tokunbo and the Oguntade families with the support of some church organizations and corporate bodies