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Doctor Said He Had Six Months To Live – Ebenezer Obey Speaks On Son’s Death

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Well-respected juju musician, Evangelist Ebenezer Obey-Fabiyi, has opened up about his son Olayinka’s death, saying the doctor revealed he had less than six months to live.

Recall that Olayinka Obey-Fabiyi, 48, was said to have passed away on Friday, July 31, 2022, and interred the next day.

In a Statement released, following the death of his son, the iconic musician said he has launched a new ministry tagged, “Freedom from Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Ministry” (FADAM), as part of his efforts to join forces with the war against alcoholism and drug addiction, especially among the younger generation of Nigeria and in the Diaspora.

The octogenarian musician, who received the news of the demise of his son, Olayinka Obey-Fabiyi, during his short vacation in the United Kingdom, stressed that the reason behind the launch of the new ministry become paramount to turning the pains of the death of his son, Olayinka Obey-Fabiyi into a solution ministry to parents and families of such children and youths passing through the same experience.

Obey added that he tried all he could as a father to help the deceased fight against his weakness, but to no avail.

The statement read in parts,

“The doctors called me six months ago to inform me that Yinka had less than six months to live.

“It was very painful and bad news that a father must not hear about his son.

“Since then, l went back to the Holy Spirit to teach me what to do and the result of my communication with the Holy Spirit is the launching of this ministry.

“I have received several condolence messages from all and sundry. l appreciate everyone for their love and concern. l also thank Yinka’s friends for their efforts and support.”

Speaking further, Ebenezer added: “l thank my eldest son, Shina, for ‘coordinating’ all his younger brothers and sisters, for extra and special care for Yinka till the end of his life. I also thank the pastors, elders, and the entire Decross family for everything.

“Once again, I appreciate all condolences, but let us rather turn further condolences to prayer support of this new ministry to help those who are in pain of alcoholism and drug addiction. Get out of alcoholism, get out of drugs. Jesus loves you.” Culled: African History Archive.

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