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Popular Cleric, Apostle Moses Grandeur Is Dead

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A Delta State born Urhobo preacher and the General Overseer of the Victory Family Assembly a.k.a VIFA, Apostle Moses N. Grandeur, has passed on to glory.

Sources said he died on Friday morning after he was rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

Unverified information says he died after a brief illness.

He was a great man of the Gospel, one of those who championed pentecostal evangelism in Sapele in the 80’s.

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He began his first church at now Mission Road, Close to Gana Health Centre, Gana Sapele as Victory Centre and later moved to Ogorode Road, Sapele, his permanent site where he changed both his surname and church name from Onodjemrehwo and Victory Centre to Grandeur and Victory Family Assembly respectively.

He also later moved his headquarters to Lagos with many branches across the country.

Until his death, he was greatly celebrated by Christians and members of the Victory Family Assembly.

He is survived by a wife, Bishop (Mrs.) Angel Grandeur and four children.

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