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Amazing Facts About Rev. Stephen Oluwole Akinola Of Redemption Ministries

Amazing Facts About Rev. Stephen Oluwole Akinola Of Redemption Ministries

Amazing Facts About Rev. Stephen Oluwole Akinola Of Redemption Ministries

Amazing Facts About Rev. Stephen Oluwole Akinola Of Redemption Ministries

AMAZING FACTS ABOUT REV. STEPHEN OLUWOLE AKINOLA

Reverend Stephen Oluwole Akinola was born on March 4, 1953, in Tamale, Northern Ghana, to late Samuel Otunla and late madam Marian.

He was the last but one child of a family of 10 children.

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His early education began at age 4 after his family had relocated further North to the town of Damago (Ghana).

He was the youngest pupil to have ever been admitted into Primary 1.

He sat for the primary six First School Leaving Certificate at age 10; at a time when the average age of pupils in that class was about 18 years.

At the age of 13, Stephen lost his father to a ghastly accident.

In 1963 he graduated to middle school. He further attended Government Secondary School Tamale.

His secondary school education was sponsored by his uncle, which he concluded in the year 1970.

 About Rev. Stephen Oluwole Akinola Of Redemption Ministries

In 1971, he returned to Nigeria and started his career as a teacher in the Baptist Primary School, Igboho.

He had a dramatic salvation encounter with the Lord, precisely on January 15, 1974.

During his National Youth Service Corps days, Akinola functioned as one of the pastorates of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry (DLCM)

In January 1987, he resigned from the Pastorate of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry and started his own ministry the Redemption Ministries.

He started the pioneering work of the Redemption Ministries with 13 faithful brethren at the Shiloh Hills Academy in Rumuibekwe Housing Estate, Port Harcourt.

And he died on June 6, 2021.

Rest on Daddy G.O till we meet at the bosom

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