Pastor Peace Akingunsoye is the Senior Pastor of Calvary Freedom Apostolic Ministry and close to Pastor Wole Oladiyun, the Senior Pastor of CLAM as he always interprets for him locally and internationally.
In a recent chat with City People, the man of God gave insight on his relationship with Pastor Wole Oladiyun, how and when he started interpreting internationally for Pastor Wole Oladiyun.
See excerpts below…
Can you tell us about your relationship with Pastor Wole Oladiyun of CLAM?
Pastor Wole Oladiyun is my father in the Lord. He’s my mentor and my role model. Before I came to CLAM, I had been praying, asking ‘Lord to connect me with somebody who is ahead of me and has the same Kind of Ministry, same Deliverance Ministry, and outreach Ministry, I told Him that I needed a place to acquire more knowledge. And somehow, God arranged it and I found myself under him. I can boldly say that CLAM is my full Training ground. There is no way I will tell the story of my life without mentioning CLAM, because that is where God raised me. So, my relationship with Pastor Wole Oladiyun is a father-to-son relationship.
And he used to call you his international interpreter. What is the reason behind it?
That is very correct! One of the grace God has given me is to interpret for him despite the fact that I run my ministry now. I still go there every Wednesday to interpret for him, and at every Crusade even sometimes when we travel out of the country. I remember 2 years ago when we travelled to Island, he asked me to interpret, for him. My performance that day was so impressive and that was what made me to be his interpreter, at home and abroad. I accompanied him everywhere and he has given me several international platforms too. God has used him to sponsor all my international trips. God has used him to give me international exposure and trained me locally and internationally.
How long have you been interpreting for him?
I’ve been interpreting for him now for over 10 years. That was even before I joined CLAM. I started interpreting for him at a naming ceremony of Pastor Johnson Oriade’s son and since then we’ve been together.