University of Benin
I would like to use this opportunity to thank Daddy Oladiyun for the financial assistance granted me concerning my education. By the time I finished my secondary school education, my dad had lost his job, and my mum, a petty trader, was only struggling to support us. There was no hope of writing the JAMB exam, let alone going to a university.
All of a sudden, one day there was this announcement in church that the Senior Pastor was going to purchase JAMB forms for all those who couldn't afford it. I was overjoyed as I benefitted from this scheme. I passed my JAMB exam and the UME, gaining admission into the University of Benin to study Philosophy. God's servant, my father-in-the-Lord, paid my fees. May the Lord God continue to bless and keep you and your entire family, in Jesus' name.
Religious & Cultural Studies University of Uyo
My father-in-the-Lord, Pastor Wole Oladiyun, I want to say a big thank you for making my dream come through. It is my prayer that the good Lord will honour every desire of your heart publicly, in Jesus' name. Like oil on your feet, like a garment for you to wear, and like water for you to shower, may the Lord pour His grace and blessings on you continually in immeasurable quantity, in Jesus' name.
B.Sc Computer Science, University of Calabar, 2012
I want to use this medium to thank God for using Pastor Wole Oladiyun to be a blessing to me and my family. In 2006, I lost my dad and it was like we had come to the end of the road. All hope was lost; we didn’t know where to run to for help. But I bless the day my family discovered CLAM; we found a family in CLAM.
Words can’t describe how grateful I am to God for sending you to help us. From my first year to final year, God used you to be a blessing to me—spiritually, morally, financially, and to see me through university education. It hasn’t been easy but God has been faithful. I was comfortable because of the support I was getting from church. I was never involved in any form of cult activities. God kept me all the way. It isn’t easy for a church to sponsor people academically; I appreciate you, sir. Daddy, I pray that God will continue to bless you and your family. The oil of God on your life will not go dry. Thank you very much, Daddy.
I’m very grateful, sir.
B.Sc Accountancy, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2011
I graduated from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, in 2011 with a first degree in Accountancy. This was made possible through the financial and moral support of God's servant, Pastor Wole Oladiyun. I want to say a big thank you, sir, for all your concern, love, care and guidance. May the good Lord continue to strengthen you to do more for others, in Jesus' name.
Covenant University 2012
Baba Aladura, as we all call Pastor Wole Oladiyun, is my father, my friend, my pastor and my mentor. Daddy saw me through four years of first degree education at Covenant University, one of Africa's most prestigious Universities, in 2012. I am simply overwhelmed. Looking back from where I started and where I am now gladdens my heart. Daddy made sure I lacked nothing throughout my four years in school, both spiritually and financially. Words are not enough to say thank you to you and Mummy for being such a blessing to me, my family and my generation.
God bless you, sir.
Nkechi Grace Uche,
I want to use this medium to appreciate God's servant and my father-in-the Lord, Pastor Wole Oladiyun, for the scholarship granted me through his Foundation, PAWOF. I am currently in my second year at Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, Ogun State, and studying Political Science. It is my prayer that the Foundation will continue to wax stronger and stronger, in Jesus' precious name. I pray that the grace of God upon your life will not disappear, in Jesus' name. Amen.
Thank you, sir.