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Ori Oke Erio of Ayo Babalola, A Religious tour of Erio Ekiti Nigeria BY Anago James Akeem Osho

Ayo Babalola's church, built in 1933.
Are you a Christian? Do you seek seclusion? You need an environment to pray and meditate? Erio is the only Yoruba State in Nigeria that is about 98 percent Christian. The town is very safe and you can even decide to buy a plot of land there. Come to Erio Ekiti and have a day with the lord as he communicate with you and impart more annointing on you. At Erio Ekiti, you will never be the same again.
Anago on Ori oke Erio








Deaconess, sharing the History of late Ayo Babalola at Star rock  View hotel

Baba Ori oke interviewed by Anago Osho






Baba Ori Oke






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