National Prayer Movement has described Rev Dr. Wilson Badejo who transited on August 7 as an encourager of people’s vision.
In a statement the General Secretary of the movement, Mr. Gbemiga Olakunle said Rev Badejo apart from encouraging the vision of others was a friend indeed
He stated that Badejo was one of the founding fathers of the National Prayer Movement before he became the General Overseer of Foursquare Gospel Church.
He said Rev Badejo used his office to promote the cause of the ministry when he became General Overseer of the Foursquare Church.
Olakunle recalled that he had once accompanied him to visit former President Olusegun Obasanjo shortly after he was released from prison and a few other places noting that, “Despite the age gap, he related to me as a family friend. Besides, another incident that is worthy of note was when I had an issue with an Agency of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development. He intervened on my behalf. He has left a good legacy and footprints in the history of Pentecostalism in Nigeria.
The National Prayer Movement Secretary then prayed that “GOD of all good comforts will comfort the family and the late cleric and the Church of God in JESUS Name.”