Gabriel Diya Bio – Gabriel Diya Wiki
Gabriel Diya was a-52 years-old British father, who died at Costa del Sol pool with his son Praise-Emmanuel Diya and daughter Comfort Diya. They drowned in a hotel swimming pool on the Costa del Sol on Christmas Eve. Mr Diya is originally from Ile-Ife, Nigeria but is now a pastor at Open Heavens in southeast London. He was a pastor at Open Heavens London in Charlton, south-east London, which is part of a network called the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
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Gabriel Diya Children
Mr Diya was from Christian minister in south-east London and belongs to a British family. His two children also died in drowned in a hotel swimming pool at holiday resort. Diya’s son name is Praise-Emmanuel Diya who was 16-years-old and his daughter Comfort Diya was just 9-years-old.
How drowned in swimming pool
Diya and his children thought to have died after trying to rescue Kamfer when he was trapped underwater at the club La Costa World in Las Lagunas de Mejas, near Malaga. According to reports, police later found her swimming cap inside the pool’s pump system.
His daughter Comfort Diya Playing in one of the 21 swimming pools at the resort found peace. His father and older brother jumped in an attempt to save him, but he also struggled in the water. Despite all attempts by Poolside to revive them, they died on all three occasions. A witness told Diya’s wife had prayed that CPR is paid on her husband and children.
Such tragic news about the death of Pastor Gabriel Diya and two of his children today. We keep the family and RCCG Open Heavens Church, Charlton in our prayers https://t.co/r5LDKacedZ
— Woolwich MEACC (@WoolwichMEACC) December 26, 2019
Police said the divers recovered a campfire swimming cap from a pool pump, but investigators did not find anything wrong with the pool, which has since reopened.
A spokeswoman for the Spanish Civil Guard told the BBC that because the pool was so small, the lifeguards were “not necessary” so there was no one there. The British Foreign Office said it was assisting a British woman in Spain who was thought to be the mother of children.