- RCCG general overseer, Pastor EA Adeboye, has likened Nigeria's problem to a mathematics question
- The clergyman said breaking up the country is not the solution to the nation's problems
- Pastor Adeboye said creating a "United States of Nigeria" will make every aspect of the country whole
The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor EA Adeboye, in an Instagram post, has said that restructuring is important for the survival of Nigeria.
According to the man of God, creating what he called a “United States of Nigeria” is much better than the present structure the country is operating on.
The cleric added that the modification will also help to overhaul the armed forces in Nigeria like the police and customs.
Pastor Adeboye said that the present system is making things really hard for both every young and old citizen of the country.
He added that calling for the country to break up as a solution to things is like trying to engage issues as if they are a mathematical simple equation.
Watch his video below:
In showing hope for how things may change in the country soon, he said:
"...Without any doubt, the present system has just made things difficult for Nigerians young and old and I’m glad to see the new era that we are entering. As we continue to pray and take actions, Let somebody shout hallelujah!"
Below are some of the reaction his Instagram post got:
"Daddy God bless and strengthen you sir! Your wisdom will keep increasing daily."
"Thank you daddy we love you."
"Baba Thank!! We don hear but your generation failed already... it’s either you join the new generation or come in full too."
"Daddy God will continue to keep you for us in jesus name."
"More wisdom and anointing grandpa."
"That is my father in the lord, father of all nation God bless you sir more wisdom more strength."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Adeboye said he is among the young people of the world by virtue of being a child of God.
The 78-year-old clergyman made the statement while announcing the date for his church's 2020 annual youth convention via his Twitter page.
Pastor Adeboye disclosed that this year's convention will be held virtually from September 28 to October 2.
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