Breaking: Adeboye visits Aso Rock, holds closed-door meeting with Buhari

Breaking: Adeboye visits Aso Rock, holds closed-door meeting with Buhari

- Pastor Adeboye on Monday, August 31, visited President Buhari in Aso Rock

- The presidential spokesman, Femi Adesina, disclosed this on his Facebook page

- Adeboye's purpose of visiting the president is yet to be made known

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Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God on Monday, August 31, visited President Muhammadu Buhari at the State House in Abuja, the nation's capital..

Legit.ng reports that this was made known by the special adviser to the president on media and publicity, Femi Adesina via his Facebook page.

The details of the meeting were sketchy as at the time of filing this report.

Adeboye had advised governments across the world to include religious leaders in COVID-19 committees so as to help with the spiritual aspect of the fight against the pandemic.

Breaking: Adeboye visits Aso Rock, holds closed-door meeting with Buhari
Pastor Enoch Adebayo visits President Buhari in Aso Rock. Credit: Facebook/Femi Adesina.
Source: UGC

“I believe that the return journey to normalcy has started. The return journey to normalcy might not be very rapid or sudden; it might be gradual but it will be steady. I sincerely hope that when the battle is over, we will remember to give all the glory to God.

“We thank God for the government and the efforts made. I believe they have done creditably well because they have had to deal with a situation they have probably not dealt with before," he had said.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Pastor Adeboye rejected the Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) signed into law by President Buhari.

It was reported that the CAMA, which was signed into law by the president on August 7, has generated controversy in the last few weeks.

Adeboye's position is not diametrically different from the stands of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN).

Section 839 of the CAMA gives a provision for religious bodies, non-governmental organisations and charity organisations to be regulated by the registrar of the Corporate Affairs Commission, (CAC), and a supervising minister.

The head of media and public relations of RCCG, Pastor Olaitan Olubiyi, said the church has aligned with the stands of CAN and PFN on CAMA.

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In another report, Adeboye counted the blessings God gave the church during coronavirus lockdown at the ongoing 2020 Annual Convention on Monday, August 3.

The convention is holding online from the Redemption Camp situated along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway and streamed worldwide.

While referring to the theme of the programme titled Wonderful, a caption which was chosen in 2019 before the pandemic, the cleric said that the things that had happened since then showed that God was intentional about the theme.

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