Adeboye Bans Indecent Dressing in Redemption Camp, Gives Reason

Adeboye Bans Indecent Dressing in Redemption Camp, Gives Reason

  • The Redeemed Church has cracked down on indecent dressing in Redemption City
  • RCCG under the leadership of Pastor Enoch Adeboye has issued strict measures targeting both residents and their guardians
  • The special assistant to the general overseer, Oladele Balogun, confirmed the development to newsmen via a memo on Thursday, November 30 journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements

The Redemption City in the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) campground, Mowe, Ogun State, said it will mete out sanctions on any resident caught dressing indecently within the church premises.

Adeboye, RCCG, Redemption City
RCCG takes serious action against members dressing indecently. Photo credit: PASTOR E. A. ADEBOYE
Source: Facebook

The church leadership made this known in a memo signed from the office of the special assistant to the general overseer, Oladele Balogun, and obtained by The PUNCH on Thursday, November 30.

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According to Balogun, the action was necessary to maintain the ‘Holy City’ status of the Redemption City.

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He added that such sanctions will not be limited to children caught in the act alone but it will also be extended to parents and guardians of such children.

Part of the memo read:

“We wish to formally inform all residents of Redemption City that, in our commitment to preserving the city’s sanctity and upholding its esteemed ‘Holy City’ status, the mission authority is implementing stricter measures against indecent dressing throughout the city.
“The security operatives and Kingsford Security are hereby further directed not to allow anyone who dresses indecently to enter the Redemption City forthwith. Thank you for your continued cooperation and support.”

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Earlier, reported that the Zonal Pastor of the RCCG, Oladele Jegede, along with women from the Everlasting Light zone, urged President Tinubu and the National Assembly to designate a National Thanksgiving Day for Nigerians.

Members of the RCCG believe that the Almighty has shown unwavering faithfulness to Nigeria, warranting a special day of gratitude.

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Also, reported that Pastor Enoch Adeboye, said the church has spent N61 billion on intervention projects across the country.

Adeboye disclosed this during the inauguration of the Enoch and Folu Adeboye Dialysis Centre at Immanuel General Hospital in Eket local government of Akwa Ibom.

He was represented by Pastor Idowu Iluyomade, Intercontinental Overseer, Christian Social Responsibility (CSR) of RCCG at the event on Monday, November 13.

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"We should be praying": Adeboye reacts to claims of getting powers from demons also reported that Pastor Adeboye has reacted to the allegations that he got some demonic power at the RCCG Redemption camp.

The general overseer of the RCCG disclosed that he heard about the rumour and it started with an unnamed man. According to the cleric, he prayed for the man rather than replying to him, as many people around him suggested, because sin against the Holy Spirit would not be forgiven.


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