Evidence of God
Prince. Ademola Oluwaobafolahanmi Gbadebo, popularly, known by different people as Pastor "D", Pastor-Demo, Ademola-Oba, Pastor-Prince or kabiyesi. Was born in Ibadan, Western Nigeria, on, Tuesday, the 16th of January, 1962. To Late. Madam. Odunola Alatede II 'Nee Ladapo (a.k.a .Ajani-Faari), meaning Charming-Ajani'; and to, the Late Oba-elect, Prince: A.T. Gbadebo of Igbajo. Oshun State; Nigeria. Ademola's début in singing came in December 1971 at, the Alafia Institute Church's Ogboja Hall where the Co-Proprietor Late. Rev. Bolarinwa and, the Headmaster/Music Director Rev. Ogunmefun made him to sing solo "love came down at Christmas", and; "From out of a wood did a coocoo fly coo! Coo!". Both, in, one service. Ademola's connection to his Late grandmother, Madam Janet Alatede Aboderin exposed him to a branch of the first Christian family and church musicians, in, the city of Ibadan.In 1968, Madam. Janet Alatede Aboderin took him for, the first time to St David's Cathedral Kudeti, the oldest Church, in, the city of Ibadan to be baptized with, the name OluwaObafolahanmi meaning God the King has revealed His Honor and Glory to me, i.e. An Evidence of GOD. Col: 3.4. Ademola is a Lad of uncommon ability. He is an orator with a very unique Call, been brought up in various combination of events in, the Muslim, Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, Charismatic, Apostolic, and Pentecostal, background. A born Comedian in his own right, Ademola was fond of making impressions of his Grandmother while she chanted rhymes, Raara. A Yoruba prose, in, Praise of, the Lord, or for any specific purpose. This eventually,triggered off his peculiar exposition and, talent.He began to chant rhymes Raara, since age three. By the time he turned seven with the help of his Late Mother Alhaja.Odunola Alatede II, he was already running commentary,into Biblical texts on Raara, Ewi, Ijala, Oriki and Orile. In 1974, at age twelve, Ademola composed his first funny song in Yoruba 'Sisi Kemi Wajasaro'. for cousin Kemi Aboderin. He later composed another Yoruba classic "Sulola Lo Jerangbe Ko Jale o". In 1981 Ademola composed his first Prophetic Song "Ojo-Manna" at Celestial Church of Christ Oyo, Nigeria. Ademola had since, served in various church Choirs, like the In Touch Choir; He was a Tenor, and one of the "Three Men in White Robes." at, the 1997 Atlanta Passion Play choral cast. An annual Easter Pageant, of, the First Baptist Atlanta that attracts half a million People at, the Atlanta Civic Center. He and his wife, Beatrice-Anike (Nee Ogunlade); are serving presently in, their Church Choir. He had sung in, the Celestial Church of Christ Choir Yemetu, Ibadan.And, Oyo. C.A.C Bethel, and, the I.T.C. Choral. He was a member of, the Praise team, and,the Director of Evangelism at Emmanuel Bible Church in Stockbridge G.A. He is a Church Planter and, Ordained-Priest since 1981. He received his Bachelor Arts degree in Christian Religious Studies from Lagos State University in Nigeria. While in school, he was, the first executive President of CHRISTO-L.A.S.U. He, and his wife Beatrice-Anike Pastored, the Zion Fellowship at their home for one year. Ademola is presently an Inquirer with, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.); he attended Johnson C. Smith seminary, at, the Interdenominational Theological Center. (I.T.C.); Atlanta G.A. Presently,Ademola is a seminarian of Luther Rice University, Lithonia G.A.
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