- Pastor Enoch Adeboye has revealed what God spoke to him regarding the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19
- In his monthly telecast, the General Overseer of the RCCG said Gold revealed to him coronavirus would not go away but subside
- The man of God also noted that Malaria kills more than the deadly coronavirus in the country while noting that the casualty figure is higher than that of COVID-19
The General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has revealed what God told him about the dreaded coronavirus.
Adeboye on Sunday, May 1, in the opening of his monthly telecast, said the COVID-19 would subside and not go away, adding that malaria is more deadly than the dreaded COVID-19, The Punch reports.
He quoted media reports as saying that not less than 200,000 persons reportedly died as a result of Malaria in Nigeria in 2021, adding that despite the disruption caused by COVID-19, the causality figure was less than 2,000.
What God said about COVID-19
He lamented the increase of persons who took delight in staying away from the church citing coronavirus as an excuse, saying that he had prophesied that it would subside and not go away, Vanguard added.
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The pastor said:
“Any young person staying away from church is disobeying God, anyone older than me is old and anyone younger than me is young. I am still young. If you want to wear a facemask, fine.
“God told me Coronavirus will subside but it will not go away. Safety is of the lord, stop fearing the devil."
Nigeria loses 80% of oil production to theft - Pastor Adeboye
Similarly, Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), recently claimed that 80% of the country’s oil production is lost to theft.
The revered cleric said this on Sunday, April 3, adding that 90% of oil revenue is used to service debt in Nigeria.
“More than 80 percent of all the oil we are producing is been stolen and nobody has denied it, it came from the government."
Pastor Leke Adeboye calls erring pastors 'goats'
In another report, Legit.ng had reported that a man of God Pastor Leke Adeboye referred to pastors of the RCCG as 'goats.'
Pastor Leke later appologised for his comments and the church was said to have sactioned him.
Nigerians reacted to his comments in different ways with some saying his comments were ubecoming of a man of God.