Rev’d Tolu Agboola Born November 23rd, 1982, is a Spirit-filled worship leader, song-writer and preacher.
Since 1990, having met The Lord JESUS and subsequently, being drafted into the Children’s Choir of Antioch Baptist Church, Ogbomoso, Nigeria, has continued to take strides both in His faith walk and also in the world of Gospel Music.. In 1999, He had the privilege of leading His secondary school choir (Nesto College, Oyo, Nigeria), a responsibility which gave birth to the manifestation of His GOD given unusual ability for song writing.
Reverend Tolu Agboola is a seasoned minister of God, mandated to teach the church, the patterns of true worship, as shown in His visions of Heaven and to raise for the King, a Fiery Army. He is a diligent and fervent teacher of God’s word, whose vision is to see delivered, the Kingdom that the Lord Jesus Christ died to possess. To this end, he labours that both men and territories mature into the life of the Kingdom.
Gaining admission in 2002, Reverend Tolu Agboola is a 2007 graduate of Chemical Engineering from The Federal University of Technology, Minna. Heaving worked in many industries and organization reconciled with GOD to plunge into the worship leading, songs and teaching ministry under the guidance of his spiritual Father Apostle Arome Osayi.
Commissioned by God with the mandate to “Take My Worship to The Ends Of The Earth”, Rev’d Tolu currently presides over His Worship Christian Network (HWCN Global), headquartered in the city of Ogbomoso. His philosophy is “To prove that faith in GOD is strong enough a platform to build destiny on” He keeps growing from being a blessing to his immediate environment to being a blessing to the world with his gift.
He’s an astute teacher of God’s Word with an uncommon insight and revelation into Scriptures and together with his wife, Mrs. Ademidoyin Agboola, they are devoted to fulfilling the Mandate of Heaven.
One of Reverend Tolu Agboola’s popular quotes is that “Expressing the Supernatural is easy when the Conduit-men are dead men, that is, men seeking no reputation”.