Adeboye: See What RCCG General Overseer has said about the 2023 General Election
Pastor Adeboye Expresses Concern Over The Possibility of 2023 Elections
Pastor Enoch Adeboye, general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has expressed worry about the potential of a general election in Nigeria in 2023, saying that despite the nearness of the date, God has not revealed whether or not there will be an election.
Adeboye claimed that the situation in Nigeria has gotten so bad that the currency is no longer worth the paper it is printed on while speaking at the Redeemed Christian Church of God 2022 Holy Ghost Service.
Since things in Nigeria seem to be becoming funnier and funnier every day, he advised Nigerians to learn to laugh in order to avoid developing hypertension.
Because of the absurdity of what is happening in our nation, we must pray to God for mercy.
Our current naira is not even worth the paper it is printed on, to be honest. While people struggle to find enough money to buy bread to eat, our Moses are considering beautifying the Naira so that even if it is unable to purchase bread, at least it would be attractive.
God must have mercy on us. We shall have to cling to Him and beg for assistance. Do you know that my father has yet to inform me that there will be elections in 2023 despite the fact that this is November?
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“We continue to act as if there would be, Adeboye, but I am not referring to other people since God has not informed me that yet.
I do not know if He will tell me tomorrow, but as I sit here in front of you, He has not said whether or not there will be elections in the coming year.
Of course, as per usual, I will pray for anyone who approaches me and asks me to do so. Although God must respond, that is my responsibility.
I am not a prophet, and I am not trying to scare you, or claiming to know some information you don’t.
Even though I am only a pastor, I am your pastor. We must pray. So please come prepared to pray when I see you all on Friday, December 2.
Adeboye stated that there will be no celebrations held during the days of fasting for Nigeria from November 26 to December 2.
“We shall meet up before six o’clock. We shall start praying exactly at 6 o’clock. Adeboye stated that “we only want to pray for one hour straight, from six to seven.
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