Christian filmmaker Mike Bamiloye on Wednesday reacted to the death of Pastor Dare Adeboye son of the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye.
The 61-year-old said in an Instagram post that the devil thought Dare’s death would rattle the RCCG worldwide, but it was not so.
“I never knew the Devil could be so shocked! He had thought the whole of Redeemed Church would be scattered! He had thought Pastor Dare’s Death would rattle the RCCG Worldwide,” said Bamiloye.
“He had thought Church Members would begin to scamper for safety that if the carbon copy son of the G.O. could just sleep and refuse to wake up, what would be the lot of ordinary church members?
“He had thought the incidence would raise dust of unbelief and doubt and fear and anxiety and panicking.
“He had thought Daddy and Mummy G.O. would go somewhere and hide. He had thought Daddy G.O. would not even come out to make a statement.”
Bamiloye praised Adeboye for using his statement on Tuesday at his son’s funeral to make a rallying call for Christians to stop weeping, but to move on.
“Daddy G.O. turned his own statement to A Call Up To Us All to Arise and Move On! His about 10 minutes short message was for everyone to arise and be focus towards heaven, Because Pastor Dare had lived and finished well,” he wrote.
The movie maker also hailed Dare’s widow Temiloluwa who also gave a message of salvation during her tribute at the service of songs on Monday.
Dare died on May 4 in his sleep in Eket, Akwa Ibom State where he was based with his family. He was aged 42.
The youth pastor was buried after a funeral service at the Youth Centre, Redemption Camp along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.