BREAKING: CAC Oke-Agbara Founder, Prophet Olowere Dies

Prophet Michael Ojo Olowere, a well-known evangelist and founder of Christ Apostolic Church, Oke-Agbara, Asi Bodija, is dead.

Popularly known as Baba Olowere, the aged cleric died on Wednesday, July 6, at his Asi residence, in Ibadan, Oyo state capital.
Speaking on Olowere’s demise, a popular Nigerian comedian on Facebook, wrote:

“You see why it’s very important to HONOR Men, people say I celebrate others a lot this is the reason because life is fragile in itself.

“It’s with great pain to hear the demise of one of God’s General and renowned Prophet “Baba Olowere”, Baba Automatic. Baba passed on to Glory today. I am happy I celebrated Baba while alive, I am happy he prayed for me, I am happy to be one of the sons of Issachar that understood TIMES and SEASON, I am happy your mantle fell on me through HONOR. Baba sleep well with the Angel and our Lord most high. We love you but God loves you more, we would continue what you’ve done and take the gospel to the ends of the earth, my condolences with the Olowere family, CAC, and the body of Christ as a whole. Jesus!!! POWER!!!”

Born on the 9th of September, Baba Olowere grew to be a powerful preacher, renowned for his piercing sermons apart from the many signs and wonders he performed.

Having been mentored by the late Apostle Joseph Ayodele Babalola, Olowere is said to have worked with God in a ministry that spanned over 60 years.

He championed the planting of several churches within the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) mission, starting from CAC Oke-Imole, Agbowo, in 1978 and led it until his death.

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