- Pastor Adeboye has given his two cents regarding the current state of the nation under Bola Tinubu
- The general overseer of the RCCG has insisted that Nigeria's challenges do not require political solutions alone
- Adeboye noted that at this critical time, Nigeria needed divine intervention and spiritual guidance
Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.
Following the rising cost of living in Nigeria under President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's leadership, the general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said that the problems confronting the nation require spiritual solutions.
The Cable reported that Adeboye made this assertion on Sunday, February 11, during a courtesy visit to the governor of Kaduna state, Uba Sani, as part of a two-day RCCG- “National light up crusade” held in the state.
The revered cleric said Nigeria remained a nation blessed with intelligence, manpower and natural resources despite facing different challenges.
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"It is not as if people in authority are not trying their best. They are doing as much as humanly possible and then we found out that when you have problems that are beyond human ability to solve them, you call on the Almighty."
This came days after the youths in Osun state staged a peaceful protest in Osogbo, the Osun state capital, expressing their frustration over the harsh economy, and noting they do not support "renewed hardship".
The protesters called on President Tinubu to intervene immediately.
The chairman, Osun Civil Societies Coalition, Waheed Lawal, who addressed the protesters, said the hardship was not the renewed hope Tinubu promised Nigerians during the campaign.
Pastor Adeboye tells Nigerians to pray
In another development, Legit.ng reported earlier that Pastor Enoch Adeboye said when things get worse, innocent people suffer.
The cleric spoke during the February Thanksgiving Service themed: ‘Let The Wind Blow’, held at the Throne of Grace Parish, RCCG headquarters, in Ebute Metta, Lagos state, on Sunday, February 4.
The RCCG leader urged Nigerians to pray and cry to God to show mercy on the country.
“We have to pray with all our strength because when you say things would get worse before they get better. We don’t know how worse or how farther before they can get better. With all your heart, cry to God and say please have mercy on us, intervene quickly."
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