By Our Correspondent,Ibadan
The Spiritual head and founder of Cherubim and Seraphim Solution City, His Eminence (Dr.) Gideon Adebare Owoseni has advised elderly people in the society to stop intervening in the disputes of their children.
Prophet Owoseni who gave the advice at the reception he organised for the elderly persons from 60 years and above in Church Auditorium at Apata area of Ibadan, emphasising that ” majority of you usually trouble yourself about the disagreements of your sons or daughters in their different houses.”
” At your ages you can only be praying for them, but, if you continue to meddle into their disputes it will worsen your health. “
He advised them to stop fasting saying ” at your level ,you should stop fasting, and if you are going to fast at all, you should limit the time to 12noon or 1pm. You should be eating fruits, drinking water and you should be eating natural food, things like herbs, bitter leave, and natural vegetables and other herbs.
“We shall be hosting you every three months but we may change it to every month if God gives us the grace. We decided to collect your phone numbers so that we can reach you at short notice. You should please invite your colleagues in your area next time when coming.
“We are not doing this because we want you to join our church but we felt that things are tight in the Country and some of children that are supposed to take care of you were either not receiving their salary as at when due nor had lost their jobs as a result of Covid 19.”
Dr. Kayode Ogundeji, an Emergency Consultant from UCH for about one hour talked to the participants on the kinds of food they can eat, types of drugs they can use after prescription from their doctors among others. Mrs. Otebolaku Damilola, Medical Laboratories Scienctist UCH checked BP, and blood sugar of the participants.
Elder Sola Ogunlowo (74) ,and Lady Evangelist Ruth Adejoke Olaniyan 81 years (who came from Eruwa), prayed and thanked Baba Solution for hosting them saying “only view men God do think about giving out, especially to the elderly people like us that can not give anything in return. “
About thirty elderly men and women graced the occasion. They were given food and money.