- Pastor Enoch Adeboye recently made it clear that his wife, Foluke, is not to be messed around with
- The religious leader said he will kill anyone that tries to mess around with his woman
- Adeboye said this during one of his weekly early morning devotions
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Popular Nigerian cleric and general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has revealed how far he is willing to go for his dearly beloved wife, Foluke.
The man of God made this known during one of his weekly early morning devotions series.
In the video of the devotion service sighted by Legit.ng on the official Instagram page of the cleric, Adeboye appeared to have been sharing the word of God as it concerns keeping a good marriage.
The man of God noted that husbands and wives only have a single job on their hands to have a successful union. He said the wife should learn how to submit to her man while the husband’s assignment is to simply love his wife.
Using his marriage as a point of reference to drive home his message, Adeboye noted that while people can do whatever they like to him in form of criticism and insults, the same must not be extended to his wife.
According to him, anyone who messes with his woman would get killed.
"You can do whatever you like to me, you can criticize me, you can insult me, you can trample on me, I will only pray for you. But if you mess around with my wife, I will kill you. I will kill you so thoroughly you won’t even be able to rise on the resurrection morning. When people ask me how are you going to do that, I tell my daddy to send you to hell straight away," the man of God said.
Watch the clip below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Pastor Adeboye revealed what Christians should do to make the coronavirus end in June 2020. The RCCG leader called on Christians in Nigeria to pray to God to remove the pandemic before the beginning of July. He added that the lockdown can benefit Nigerians if only they worship.
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