BREAKING! Prophetess Morenikeji Egbin Orun is dead ‎

Nollywood stars are reacting to the painful death of popular prophetess, Morenikeji Adeleke Egbin Orun.

News made rounds on Saturday night, April 27th, 2024 that the popular prophetess had kicked the bucket.

Confirming the news was actress, Esther Kalejaye via her Instagram page. She wore an epistle to death as she expressed sadness over how it has taken Egbin Orun, who she described as lovely and beautiful.

She stated that the prophetess’s hard work will continue to speak for her as she noted how she will miss her. Praising her, Esther described her as a woman of integrity, wisdom, knowledge and understanding.

“Death you have done what is bad you have take away our lovely and beautiful Egbin Orun from us very sad and painful to our Generation continue to rest in the Bosom of our beloved God we all love you but God Almighty have take you from us, your hand work will continue to speak on your behalf I will missed you for ever and ever a woman of integrity wisdom knowledge and understanding continue to Rest on
@busola_oke take heart,let’s fear God and repent ,the kingdom of God is at hand.

@egbinorunmorenikeji this her page, humm”.

Biodun Okeowo also taking to her comment section, expressed disbelief that the prophetess is dead. She questioned if the news is true.

“Please that news about Egbin Orun is not true right now? Someone please tell me it’s not true! Ejooo

No it isn’t right?”.

Fausat Balogun took to her Instagram page to mourn her death and her colleague , Baba Ogunjimi. She wrote, “Ogunjimi and Morenikeji Egbin Orun”.

Last year, celebrity prophetess, Yetunde Mary Olubori, narrowly escaped death in Dubai with her son.

Sharing her testimony, the Prophetess recounted how she and her son went on a Dubai Safari tour, only for their car to catch fire on motion. Her son’s right leg got burnt in the incident but luckily for them, they survived.

Taking to her comment section, the likes of Aisha Lawal, Yewande Adekoya Abiodun, Adeniyi Johnson, Bimpe Akintunde, and more rejoiced with her.

Sometimes back, while joining thousands of people in mourning popular Ibadan CAC cleric, Michael Olowere, better known as Baba Olowere, Muyiwa recounted his only meeting with the clergyman. He revealed that he met him once and the man gave him a prophecy that came to pass. Bading him farewell, Muyiwa described his life as a life well spent.

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