By Roundoffnews.

Nigerians especially those in the positions of authority have been advised to use their influence to contribute to the uplift of others before death comes.

This is the thrust of a sermon delivered by pastor Samson Ademola at the CAC Oke Isegun, Oye Ekiti during the funeral service for late Deaconess Esther Adaralode.

The cleric noted that death was inevitable and could come unexpectedly, hence the need for people to use the little time they have for positive impacts and desist from anything that could bared them from entering the glorious home.

Speaking on the life time of late Deaconess Esther Adaralode, pastor Ademola said she lived a fulfilled life by serving God till the end.

In an interview, the children of the deceased including Mrs funmi Falae who is a staff of Radio Nigeria, progress FM Ado Ekiti described the death of her mother as great loss

Mrs Falae noted that the vacuum left by her mother could not be filled by anybody and described her as best the mother so far.

The programme was attended by the General Manager of progress FM, Ado Ekiti, Mr Dokun ladele, pastor Tunde Afe of House of faith Ado Ekiti and other dignitaries within and outside the state.

Late Deaconess Esther Adaralode died at the age of sixty five.