- Nigerian cleric, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has been celebrated for stirring the boat of RCCG for 40 years
- A special post was dedicated to the man of God on the PR page of his ministry
- Congregants of the church also gave thanks to God on behalf of the spiritual leader
Nigerian cleric and general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has a lot to be grateful for after so many years of leading his renowned ministry.
Just recently, the highly respected spiritual leader was celebrated on the occasion of his 40th anniversary as the G.O. of RCCG.
A special post was dedicated to the 78-year-old on the PR page of the RCCG on social media platform, Instagram.
The handler gave thanks to God on behalf of the man of God and prayed for him.
“Of a truth, God has been merciful. We thank God for 40 years of Pastor E. A. Adeboye as the General Overseer of RCCG. God’s faithfulness has been evident in this mission. He has consistently used Daddy G.O. to be a blessing to us all.”
See the post below:
Similarly, other members of the RCCG were spotted in the comment section with glowing words for a man who has shaped their religious beliefs and played an important role in strengthening their faiths.
Read some of the comments sighted below:
"We bless God for His faithfulness."
"Thank You Lord Jesus for Daddy and Mummy G.O."
"Thank you Lord for Daddy and Mummy G.O we blessed your holy name thank you Jesus."
"Halleluyah May the Lord continue to strengthen u Daddy."
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Adeboye became the G.O of the RCCG ministry on January 21, 1981, and still holds the position till present.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Adeboye advised Nigerians to continue wearing face masks as a preventive measure against COVID-19.
The man of God gave the advice after Pastor Biodun Lawal of Christ Embassy mocked other clerics and Christians for wearing a face mask in church.
The Redeemed pastor has continued to emphasise on the need to adhere to COVID-19 safety protocols.
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