Pastor Adeboye reportedly warns against changing of security chiefs

Pastor Adeboye reportedly warns against changing of security chiefs

- Pastor Adeboye called on President Buhari not to hastily sack security chiefs

- According to the cleric, this will not automatically end the security challenges

- The religious leader instead called for a good succession plan

Pastor Enoch Adeboye has reportedly sent a message to President Muhammadu Buhari saying, changing the security chiefs will not automatically end the country's security challenges.

Nigerians Tribune reports that the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Worldwide reportedly gave this advice while speaking at the headquarters of RCCG, The Throne of Grace, Ebute-Metta in Lagos.

He spoke through the assistant general overseer, administration and personnel, Pastor Johnson Odesola, saying the sacking of security chief will not just put an end to the problems.

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He said: “I believe the security chiefs are working and aside from those that have attained their retirement age, they have been studying the situation of the country in terms of security and would have some plans they are working on. If they are just changed, the new security chiefs would have to start all over again.

“I believe in good succession plan whereby those to replace the current security chiefs would learn from the incumbents and only need to continue from where they stop.”

Meanwhile, Senator Shehu Sani replied the state house chief Imam in Aso Rock, Sheik Abdulwaheed Sulaiman, who on Wednesday, May 8, said that banditry and kidnappings in the country are tests from God.

On his official Twitter page, Senator Sani decried Sulaiman's stance, adding that the current insecurity in Nigeria is the result of the failure of past and present leadership.

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The outspoken senator further said that the imam's statement is in keeping with the tradition of state clergies who, according to him, preach to the poor with flames and speak to the high and mighty in society softly.

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