Written By Dedeigbo Ayodeji
Posted By Admin
Monday, 14th Of February, 2022 will forever be memorable in the lives of gospel musician Dare Melody and two veteran journalists as Primate Elijah Ayodele, a foremost prophet and the Leader Of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church opened his book of remembrance concerning them by giving them exotic cars.
The man of God whose philanthropic gestures knows no bounds had mentioned it long before the event held that he will be giving out cars to celebrate his annual thanksgiving day but details were not immediately known as he wanted it to be a surprise gift to reward the services of the beneficiaries.
It would be recalled that he did the same last year during his annual thanksgiving by giving out cars to two prominent journalists who have done excellently well in their career.
Mary Okogene ,one of the Journalists who received Car gift items in Primate Ayodele’s Annual Thanksgiving service displaying the Car Key
During the presentation of the car gifts to journalists, Primate Ayodele described the beneficiaries as excellent professionals who have engaged in selfless services in their careers.
The man of God had always maintained that his gifts to journalists isn’t a way to hinder them from doing their jobs but to appreciate the fourth estate of the realm in Nigeria especially at a time when they are not duly rewarded by the system.
Also, Juju Maestro, King Sunny Ade was asked to present musician, Dare Melody his car gift courtesy of the man of God, Primate Elijah Ayodele.
Apart from the car gifts given to the musicians and journalists, several members and non-members of Primate’s church went home with smiles on their faces after benefiting from Primate Ayodele’s philanthropic largesse. About 1000 JAMB/WAEC/GCE forms, four tricycles, relief materials, accommodation fees, tuition fees, refrigerators, grinding machines, many others were given out to celebrate the prophet’s annual thanksgiving.
Furthermore, Primate Ayodele commissioned a self-sponsored road construction worth millions of naira in the community to celebrate his annual thanksgiving day.