It is exactly 22 years since the children, family, and friends of Dr. Remilekun Amos lost the Ilaje, an Ondo State-born gospel legend.
The inspirational minister went on a journey of no return when he told family members he was leaving for Akure on November 4, 2000, without anyone seeing his tracks till today.
All investigations by the police were fruitless, as neither him nor his corpse was found.
His second child, who has been upholding his father’s legacies, has announced that this 22nd year remembrance programme will take place in his father’s hometown of Ilaje, Ondo State.
The last remembrance programme of Dr. Remilekun Amos, which was done in Ikeja, Lagos last year, featured Evang. Tope Alabi, Duchess Esther Igbekele, Woli Arole, and other top music and Nollywood stars.
“22 YEARS OLD WITHOUT YOU!!!
” THE MEMORY OF THE RIGHTEOUS IS A BLESSING… PROV 10:7.”
“Every child had a hope invested in their fathers. Suddenly, this hope vanished, dreams became shattered, the glorious suffered because a light unto the path of many was dimmed by untraceable forces.”
For over two decades, we have walked alone, being only guided by your legacy , songs and lyrics from the heart of God. We were conquered at the height of the storm by the GRACE of GOD, which we received from your undiluted calling.
“Daddy, with tears in our eyes, we carried the cross you left behind & we received strength from above to erect the tower evil forces thought was finally demolished.
“Woe betide any man who had a hand in your sudden demise, for their names have received eternal rot.” Prov 10:7
“You’ll forever live in our hearts as the David of your generation & beyond, as your works are forever tormenting to the kingdom of darkness & a light unto the path of the righteous.
“We promise to sustain your legacies and keep the flag flying at a high altitude in the glory of God in Jesus name. I’m sure that’s the best joy you’ll have in life beyond.
“We miss you Daddy,” Dr. Remilekun Amos (OOA) Omo Dafidi Olorin, the President of Remilekun Amos International Gospel Ministry, wrote.