Netizens are getting quite interrogative about Enoch Adeboye children after finding the obituary of one of his son Dare.
Adeboye is a Nigerian pastor. He is widely recognized as a General Overseer of the redeemed Christian Church of God.
Recently, Enoch Adeboye son, Dare Adeboye died in his sleep on Wednesday. He was the third surviving child of the revered cleric. Also, he was said to have retired to his bed and did not wake up.
Enoch Adeboye Children: Is His Son Dead?
Adeboye has four children with his wife.
Just In: one of the children of Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Chruch of God Worldwide, has passed away at the age of 42.
Last year, Adeboye described the deceased as his first “miracle child”. Currently, there is confirmation of Dare Adeboye’s death who reportedly died in his sleep.
Premium Times reveals that his death was confirmed by the spokesperson of the RCCG, Olaitan Olubiyi. He died on Wednesday in Eket, Akwa Ibom State.
Enoch Adeboye Wife Revealed
Enoch Adeboye wife is Folu Adeboye.
Apparently, Enoch’s wife, Folu has proudly taken his surname. Not just they got hitched, they have four children, 3 sons, and a daughter. Also, he has several grandchildren from their children’s marriage as per his Wikipedia.
Moreover, the doublets were living a blissful life together along with their children untill death struck their family.
Meet His Family
Adeboye was born to a very humble family.
As a matter of fact, he was born to his father Moses Adeboye and his mother Esther Adeboye. He was born on 2 March 1942 in Ifewara, near Ife in Osun State, Nigeria.
Most interestingly, his family was called poor. And, he humorously recalls that even poor people called them poor.
His Net Worth Enlightened
Enoch Adeboye net worth must be millions of dollars.
We’re pretty sure that he must have amassed good possessions through his career.
He was also enlisted in 1 of the 50 most powerful people in the world by Newsweek in 2008. From this, we can assume how successful Adeboye was. He also endowed 4 Nigerian universities including the University of Nigeria.