RCCG's Pastor Adeboye Shares Prophecy on Nigeria’s Future Amid Hardship

RCCG's Pastor Adeboye Shares Prophecy on Nigeria’s Future Amid Hardship

  • The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said that he believes Nigeria still has a great future
  • The revered preacher made this known during an event in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state
  • The RCCG leader noted that sometimes when people thought there would be no more Nigeria, they still found out that the country was standing

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Abeokuta, Ogun state - Enoch Adeboye, general overseer (GO) of the RCCG, has declared that Nigeria’s future will be great despite its setbacks.

As reported by Leadership newspaper on Saturday, December 16, Pastor Adeboye stated this during a recent homecoming ceremony in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

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Pastor Adeboye offers Nigeria hope. Photo credit: PASTOR E. A. ADEBOYE
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Adeboye exudes hope for Nigeria's future

The event was organised to honour the immediate past Nigeria's high commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK), Sharafa Tunji-Ishola, Vanguard noted.

Pastor Adeboye said:

“Nigeria is a very special country. Sometimes when you think by tomorrow, there will be no more Nigeria, you will wake up the next day and still find out that Nigeria is still standing.
“No matter what is happening in Nigeria today, I firmly believe that we have a glorious future.
"God has a very special interest in our nation Nigeria and I want you to be encouraged.”

I'd like to die after eating pounded yam - Adeboye

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Adeboye disclosed that he would like to die without stress or sickness.

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Speaking at the RCCG Holy Ghost Congress at the church auditorium in Ogun state, the man of God said he would like to die the same way as an uncle of his.

According to Adeboye, his uncle had returned from the church on the day of his death and got a light lunch from his wife while waiting for the pounded yam that was being prepared for him.

Nigerians react to Adeboye's wish

Legit.ng also reported that mixed reactions followed Pastor Adeboye's death remarks.

While some internet users claim he prophesied his death, others said he never meant bad.

Source: Legit.ng

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