Nigerian Reggae icon Majek Fashek was in church on Sunday, March 13 and the reason for this is quite interesting. According to Vanguard, the singer attended the church service at the Christ Living Apostolic Ministries in Omole, Lagos where he shared a testimony on how God saved him from substance abuse.
He also spoke on much support he had gotten from the senior pastor at the church, Apostle Wole Oladiyun. He said: “My testimony is that Jesus Christ is Lord, Jesus Christ is the Master, you know before I went to Abuja for my rehab, Baba Oladiyun here came to my rescue, most church won’t do that.
“May God bless him and keep this ministry, materials and spiritual are two different thing, because Jesus Christ cannot come from Heaven to heal you. This Baba is a ‘correct prophet’.” Majek added that God used the pastor to turn his life around following their meeting in 2015.
On his part, Apostle Oladiyun spoke on the miracle of Majek’s healing following his ‘relapse’ in 2015, adding that it would have been a phenomenal loss if the singer lost his life in the process.
The pastor revealed as well that the Reggae veteran will bounce back again even as he prayed for God’s guidance on his life. He said: “Today Jesus has ransom his life, today he’s a better person, his destiny cannot longer be wasted.” He also seized the opportunity to enjoin other churches and their pastors to show love and support to those around them regardless of religious or ethnic differences. He said: “It’s a pity, the church of God must return to it roots by loving Jesus and loving humanity. Let show love to people around us, the poor, the downtrodden, the rich.”