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Pastor Dies While Conducting Funeral Service For Church Member

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Pastor Dies In Strange Circumstances

Naija News has learnt of the death of Pastor Femi Olorunsoromidayo, founder of Divine Mount Zion Gospel Ministry, Ondo State.

It was further gathered that the pastor of the church located in Oke-Aro area of the state, died while conducting a funeral service for one of his members.

The 42-year old cleric was said to have started feeling uncomfortable during the funeral service, before he became unconscious and eventually gave up the ghost.

The pastor was said to be conducting the burial service of a 78-year-old church member, Mr Samuel Rotimi, at Erusu in Akoko North West Local Government after receiving his corpse for funeral service in Akure when the incident happened.

A source quoted by The Nation said the late Rotimi had before his death, given clear instructions that he should be buried at his residence in Akure as against his home town, Erusu-Akoko.

But after his death, the pastor and immediate family members of the deceased reportedly acted against his wish.

A source said: “Since the late pastor including his immediate family had limited authority over the burial plan, he arranged for an ambulance, which took the corpse to Erusu Akoko, alongside his family members and some church members.

“While the pastor was conducting the burial service at the cemetery, he started feeling uncomfortable after which he became unconscious before he was rushed to an undisclosed hospital in Akoko area,where he was confirmed dead.”

The ambulance, which conveyed the remains of the late church member to his home town in Erusu for burial, was also reportedly used to convey the corpse of the Pastor back to Akure.

The shocking development was said to have created confusion and wranglings within the church members and the family of the late cleric.

Source: Naija News

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