TRANSITION: Life A “Battleground”, Live Righteously, Cleric Urges As Femi Kehinde Is InterredFeatured, Latest News, News Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
By Ayo Balogun – Life has been described as a “battleground” and man has been enjoined to struggle to impact positively on others, once there is an opportunity still alive.
The admonition was given Tuesday at the Canaaland Church, by Pastor Gbigbi Jackson at the burial service of the late African Examiner Managing Editor, Olufemi Kehinde.
While the Cleric admitted that Kehinde’s demise was the God’s wish, he admonished that there was no need for the families, friends and colleagues to be grieved, just as the late dynamic journalist lived a meaningful life.
Instead of being obsessed with the agony of his death, Pastor Jackson urged worshippers at the burial service that, the living should seriously be bothered about how to live a righteous life, as he stated everybody would be judged according to his righteous deeds while alive.
Members of late Kehinde’s families, friends and colleagues participated in the burial service within the Canaaland premises, the interment at the Church’s burial ground, also in Otta Ogun State, South Western today.
The Wake keep held earlier Monday at his Itoki, via Idi Iroko, Ogun State residence Monday evening.
Late Kehinde died in the morning, Thursday, July 23, 2015 when he involved in a fatal auto crash along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway.
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