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Good News: Encomiums as Dr Fatunla Celebrates God’s Faithfulness At 70

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Living to be seventy years on earth is something any man can be grateful for, however living seventy years of impact is something the whole world would ever celebrate.

This is why friends, family and well wishers of Deacon Dr. D.O. Fatula have come together to celebrate the indefatigable Doctor who has impacted the lives of many.

Deacon Dr. Fatunla is the a Deacon serving at the Mercy-seat English Baptist Church, Akure and the Medical Director of J &E Fatunla Hospital Akure.

He’s been described as a father, a selfless Christian, a philanthropist and a lover of God.

Okediji Gbenga, a member of Mercy Seat, Baptist Church, Akure described Dr Fatunla as a Father, a mentor, a lover of God and a Child of God.

Pastor Daniel Odeyemi described Fatunla as a true christian, one who stands out among doctors, he appreciated the fact that Fatunla has been able to blend his profession with his faith and he turned his hospital and profession to a mission ground.

Dr Ayodeji Oke, who is also a member of Mercy Seat Baptist Church, Akure stated that Dcn. Dr. Fatunla is a Father who uses his hospital more like a philanthropic organization, since anyone who goes there to give birth doesn’t worry about the expenses.

Adeola Abosede Adekoya, the youth leader of Mercy Seat Baptist Church appreciated God’s faithfulness in Dr Fatunla’s life, describing him as a selfless man and a cherished father. He wished him a prosperous years ahead.

Oluwalonimi Adesola-Zion also described Dr Fatunla as a nice and caring father.

Sdb Live wishes this amazing man more years of impact.

Written by: Sdb Live News

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