Primate Oliyide: Visionary Clergyman With A Difference Turns 60


Primate Oliyide Olufela, founder and presiding Primate at Glorious Liberty Mission, Abeokuta is naturally ingrained with a socially calm and religiously dignified mien that serves as a bridge between different species of indigent person’s in humanity.

Primate Oliyide remains a scarce role model with highly elevated persona, that enhances his reference amidst highly placed clergymen like him in the world. He is an anti-corruption crusader, a man of dignity, and epitome of transparency and accountability; working for the Almighty God.

Amidst myriads of human challenges, Primate Oliyide shares the wits of men of God in the holy bible. He knows his onions, that is why he successfully and successively navigates his way to victory effortlessly, each time he steps out to preach the gospel of Almighty God. He is truly a visionary leader par excellent.

Today marks another milestone in the life of our ever bubbling, cheerful, cosmopolitan, urbane, forward-looking, dynamic and amazing clergyman, Primate Oliyide Olufela in the Christian circles of Nigeria.

Primate Oliyide Olufela is a destiny helper, lover of progress, upwardly mobile personality, a dashing dude and indeed, a leader to watch out for because of his dedicated love for humanity.

As the gracious God has given Primate Oliyide yet another opportunity to count his blessings and return all the glory to the Almighty God on this special day of his 60th birthday, we join well-wishers of this global brand to celebrate the abundant grace of God upon his life, as he moves from glory to glory and waxes stronger.

Dear Primate, as you climb higher today, it’s our heartfelt prayers that your feet will not slip, the Almighty God will remain your backbone, you won’t know sorrow in whatever form, His favour will forever overshadow you, and may you never be stranded in the journey of life, as we also pray that as the head, may you never become the tail by His grace.

Happy 60 birthday, long life and prosperity we pray.

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