Adeboye Bans External Preachers, Non-Members From Preaching at RCCG, Gives Reason

Adeboye Bans External Preachers, Non-Members From Preaching at RCCG, Gives Reason

  • Pastor Adeboye has taken a bold stance against non-members and guest preachers in the RCCG parishes
  • The revered man of God issued a guideline that would prevent external pastors from delivering sermons at RCCG parishes worldwide
  • This was conveyed in a memorandum signed by Adeboye's special aide, Pastor Oladele Balogun journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has explained why non-members should not be allowed to preach in its parishes.

Adeboye stops non-members of RCCG from preaching in the church parishes. Photo credit: PASTOR E. A. ADEBOYE
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Recall that a memo went viral on Monday, January 8. The memo, signed by Adeboye's special assistant, Pastor Oladele Balogun, stated:

“No external preacher, speaker or minister should be permitted on any of our altars or platforms.”

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RCCG explains directive stopping non-members from preaching

In an interview with The Punch on Monday, the RCCG head of media and public relations, Pastor Olaitan Olubiyi, said the memo was an internal document, and the recent directive wasn't really a ban but a guideline to ensure approvals were gotten before external members were invited.

Olubiyi said:

“It’s supposed to be an internal document. And it’s not a ban per se, it’s just a kind of rule or guideline. What the church is saying is that before any of our branches invite a preacher from another church or another ministry, clearance should be sought.”

He added that the directive was in line with the church's beliefs and doctrines.

Pastor Adeboye gives 2024 prophecies

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Earlier, reported that Pastor Adeboye assured Nigerians that things would get better in 2024.

The cleric, while giving his prophesies for 2024 during the crossover night service on Sunday, December 31, 2023, at the Redemption City along the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, however, said things would first get worse before getting better.

The RCCG spiritual leader said that everything God is saying is centred around a moving wind for Nigeria. He urged citizens to pray that the wind blows positively.

Adeboye shares prophecy on Nigeria's future

Also, earlier reported that Adeboye declared Nigeria's future will be great despite its setbacks.

Pastor Adeboye stated this during a recent homecoming ceremony in Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital.

How Pastor Adeboye would like to die

Meanwhile, 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.


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