The top evangelist and spiritual, social and moral empowerer onFebruary13, this year breathed her last, winning her battle against breast Cancer.
She was a keen humanitarian figure, top religious socialite and moral teacher who impacted on the life of thousands across the World.
Her facebook pages since her peaceful departure have awashed with messages of farewell as many across the World mourn her untimely but fulfilling life, which she lived for humanity.
A candlelight procession was held in her honour at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja on Wed February 20this year by her relatives, fans and many who benefitted from her humanitarian activities. Sources claimed many turned up for the final rite ceremony which saw a procession of candle lit admirers taking off from Ekiti House in Central Area of Abuja and walking into Millennium Park.
A “praise and worship’ service was held at the venue.
At the weekend, the final home bound programme was announced by the departed Beloved Aposle Bimpe’s Baba Missions Organisation, which has handled publicity for her burial since her departure.
According to the religious Organisation in a statement, Tuesday March 5 has been announced for her Wake keeping and life celebration.
It will hold at Christ Royal Church, 27 Chatham Place, Off Morning Lane, Hackney. London, E9 6LL.
All friends, family members and close associates, who are willing to attend the life celebration gathering are requested to arrive at exactly 6pm Prompt. The Dress colour code for the day has been given as Blue & Pink after the departed solicited for a celebration and not a mourning urginng all to shun black or dark dresses for her celebration.
She will be laid to her final resting place the following day on March 6, this year– at the famous City of London Cemetery and Crematorium, Aldersbrook road, Manor park, London, E12 5DQ in East London.