'Send down the rain' crooner, Majek Fashek, has said if not for God and the benevolence of Pastor of Christ Living Apostolic Ministries (CLAM) in Omole, Lagos State he would have died an unceremonious death. The pop and raggae was one of the worshipers at the Chuch on Sunday March 13,2016 where he shared the testimony of how God delivered him from drugs and other hard substance.Speaking during a testimony session, Fashek said with an emotional voice that the Senior Pastor of CLAM, Apostle Wole Oladiyun, and his church stood by him during his trying times.
He said: “My testimony is that Jesus Christ is Lord, Jesus Christ is the Master.
“You know before I went to Abuja for my rehab, Baba Oladiyun here came to my rescue.
“Most church won’t do that.
“May God bless him and keep this ministry.
“Materials and spiritual are two different things because Jesus Christ cannot come from Heaven to heal you.
“This Baba is a correct prophet.”
Fashek said his encounter with Apostle Oladiyun last year brought a turn around to his life.
Speaking during his message, Apostle Oladiyun said it would have been a great disaster if the devil has wasted a talent like Majek Fashek.
He recalled that the Lord burdened him to take up his case and immediately it was announced, the whole world rose up for his rehabilitation.
Describing Fashek as a great legend that will blossom again, Apostle Oladiyun prayed that the Lord will perfect all He has started in the life of the raggae artist.
He said: “Today, Jesus has ransom his life.
“Today, he’s a better person.
“His destiny cannot longer be wasted.”
Olasdiyun called on churches and ministers of God to show godly love to people irrespective of religion, ethnicity and condition.
Apostle Oladiyun lamented that love is fast eroding away from the Church of God, adding: “It’s a pity, the church of God must come return to it roots by loving Jesus and loving humanity.
“Let us show love to people around us – the poor, the downtrodden, the rich.”
It would be recalled that last year, Apostle Oladiyun had asked that Fashek be brought to him for deliverance.