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20 Facts about Oluwadamilare Adeboye from his biography

by Church Times

Below are 20 facts about Pastor Oluwadamilare Adeboye who passed on May 5, 2021. He was until his death the Pastor in charge of Youth Province 5 of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Eket, Akwa Ibom. He was son of Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the RCCG

Damilare Adeboye

Dare and Temiloluwa Adeboye


  1. Born June 9, 1978

  2. Early childhood was at Surulere, then Mushin when his father became the General Overseer of the RCCG

  3. He was the fourth child of the family (apparently one had died many years ago) that is why it is being said he is the third

  4. Completed his secondary school at Command Day Secondary School, Ibadan

  5. His best friend:  Emmanuel Adewale, grandchild of the founder of the RCCG, Pastor Josiah Akindayomi

  6. He was the first person of colour to be the head boy of Mayfield College,  UK where he did his High School. The school was founded in 1885

  7. He studied Business Technology in the UK and had a masters degree in Theology from the RCCG Bible College

  8. He became parish pastor at the age of 23. The first church he pastored was RCCG House of Praise, Birmingham

  9. He came back to Nigeria in 2009 and was transferred to Zaria, Kaduna where he pastored Next Level Parish

  10. He was the Youth Evangelist in charge of the RCCG North Central, Nigeria

  11. He was fondly called PD (Pastor Dee)

  12. He was provincial Pastor of RCCG Youth Province 5 under Region 14

  13. He was international ambassador of Pastors Seed Family of the RCCG

  14. He was a part of the RCCG Chaplaincy Corp. He rose to the rank of Brigadier General

  15. He met his wife, Temiloluwa in the UK. She was a member of his parish then

  16. He married on December 28, 2008

  17. Their  union is blessed with three children: Oluwatise, Ireoluwa, and Araoluwa

  18. He hosted the sceptre of favour convention before his passing on

  19. He was industrious, meticulous and a man of excellence

  20. He was committed to young people. He spent and was spent to see to their emancipation and wellbeing.

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