Daddy Adeboye, The general overseer of the Redeem Christian Church Worldwide declares that “Your joy will be constant if you rejoice in the Lord”
Pastor Adeboye has yet released another hot prophesy just few days after he gave a prophesy on what will happen before the end of this year. In the just released prophesy a lot of people has reacted after he gave out that declaration. See the prophesy he gave below:
The Prophesy reads; “Your joy will be constant if you rejoice in the Lord”
General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye has faulted the proposed regulation of social media by the Federal Government.
Adeboye described the move as laughable, insensitive and an attempt to gauge the common man.
<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Adeboye spoke at the RCCG headquarters said the attempts to regulate the social media as done in China won’t work in Nigeria because the variables are so different.Adeboye spoke at the RCCG headquarters said the attempts to regulate the social media as done in China won’t work in Nigeria because the variables are so different.
“The best the government can do is to ensure that the news being carried through the social media is genuine but to want to replicate what is happening in China here in Nigeria is laughable and would not be possible here,” Adeboye stressed.
Adeboye spoke through the Assistant General Overseer and member of the governing council, Pastor Johnson Odesola.
He said Chinese leaders do not run personal accounts outside their shores unlike leaders in other parts of the world, the world most populous nation also run a working social, welfare and educational with adequate plans for citizens.
He also pointed out everything applicable to the Chinese is applicable to every citizen unlike in Nigeria.
The respected cleric carpeted the Federal Government for poor handling of the #ENDSARS protests, stating the shooting at Lekki paved the way for hoodlums to hijack the protests.
Adeboye also reiterated the call for restructuring of Nigeria, stating he is not a party to the breaking of the nation.
According to him: “I am not in support of the opinion that the country should divide because in our togetherness we are strong.
“All we need to do is having an agreement to share everything equally and be principled. We are stronger together but we should restructure.”
Northern Elders Forum (NEF) has backed founder and general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Adejare Adeboye on restructuring, saying is becoming a failed state.
Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, the NEF spokesperson, made the position of the forum known while speaking on a live television programme in Lagos on Tuesday, October 6.
According to him, it is high time Nigeria restructured to address the political loopholes and the grievances of some regions in the county.
It would be recalled that Pastor Adeboye, speaking at a symposium alongside the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi and other prominent Nigerians, had declared that Nigeria risked break-up if not rearranged.
The popular clergy stressed that restructuring is expedient as that is the only way to bring things back on the right track.
Backing Adeboye’s stance, NEF stated that the idea will identify ideas and suggest changes while also providing for the welfare of the people.
In Baba-Ahmed’s words:
“The two basic functions of the state are to secure citizens and provide for their welfare. Now, the Nigerian state is failing in both camps. So, restructuring for us means addressing those failures and identifying ideas, suggestions, and changes that can actually fit into the process of improving them.
“We need to look at our constitution, look at the way it provides for the Nigerian state, the federating units, allocate responsibilities in power, the works of vital institutions, or the failure of vital institutions to work and how we can improve them.”
Garba Shehu, one of the spokespersons to the president in a statement on Sunday, October 4, described such comments as unpatriotic outbursts.
He said the Buhari administration would not succumb to threats and take any decision out of pressure at a time the nation is dealing with security challenges and the Covid-19 pandemic.
General Overseer, The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has warned the Federal Government of Nigeria led by President Muhammadu Buhari, to give Nigeria a lasting solution to secession agitations and its economic challenges by restructuring the country as soon as possible to forestall possible break up.
Adeboye noted that the restructuring of the country must be done “as soon as possible” to forestall a breakup of the various social-ethnic components that make up Nigeria, saying that the United States of Nigeria is likely to survive than our present structure.
Pastor Adeboye stated this at a 60th Independence Day Celebration Symposium co-organised by the Redeemed Christian Church of God and the Nehemiah Leadership Institute held on Saturday.
At the Independence Day symposium themed, ‘Where will Nigeria be in 2060?,” Adeboye proposed the adoption of a merger of the British style of government and the American system of government to pave the way for Nigeria’s future.
Pastor Adeboye wondered why Nigeria cannot practise a system of government-unique to us, According to him, “Why can’t we have a system of government that is 100 per cent Nigerian, unique to us? For example, we started on with the British system of government, somewhere along the line, we moved over to the American system of government.
“Can’t we have a combination of both and see whether it could help us solve our problems because in Mathematics if you want to solve a problem, you try what we call Real Analysis, then if it doesn’t work, then you move on to Complex Analysis and see whether that will help you. If that fails, you move on to Vector Analysis and so on.
“I believe that we might want to look at the problems of Nigeria in a slightly different manner. Some people feel that all our problems will be over if Nigeria should break up. I think that is trying to solve the problems of Nigeria as if it is a Simple Equation. The problems of Nigeria will require quite a bit of Simultaneous Equation and some of them are not going to be Linear either – forgive me I am talking as a Mathematician.
“Why can’t we have a system of government that will create what I will call the United States of Nigeria? Let me explain. We all know that we must restructure. It is either we restructure or we break, you don’t have to be a prophet to know that one. That is certain – restructure or we break up.
“Now, we don’t want to break up, God forbid. In the restructuring, why don’t we have a Nigerian kind of democracy? At the federal level, why don’t we have a President and a Prime Minister?
“If we have a President and a Prime Minister and we share responsibilities between these two so that one is not an appendage to the other. For examples, if the President controls the Army and the Prime Minister controls the Police. If the President controls resources likes oil and mining and the Prime Minister controls finance and inland revenue, taxes, customs etc. You just divide responsibilities between the two.
“At the state level, you have the governor and the premier, and the same way, you distribute responsibilities between these people in such a manner that one cannot really go without the other. Maybe we might begin to tackle the problems.”
Adeboye noted that the place of traditional rulers must be recognised and restored in governance.
He added, “If we are going to adopt the model, then we need to urgently restore the House of Chiefs. I have a feeling that one of our major problems is that we have pushed the traditional rulers to the background and I believe that is a great error particularly for a great country like Nigeria.
“I find it very ridiculous that one will ask a traditional ruler to inform the chairman of his local government before he travels.
“Go to any town in Nigeria, everybody in the town knows the paramount ruler in the town and they respect him (but) many of them don’t even know the name of the chairman of their local government.
“The traditional rulers are the actual landlords, they control the respect of their people. Their people will listen to them much more, I am sorry to say than they will listen to some politicians.”
“Without any doubt, we must restructure and do it as soon as possible. The United States of Nigeria is likely to survive than our present structure,” he concluded.
78 year old Pastor Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has just taken delivery of a brand new helicopter, registered with initials, ‘5N-EAA’ representing ‘Enoch Adejare Adeboye’
Church Gists reports that the brand new helicopter ‘5N-EAA’ is presently parked in the Winners’ Chapel owned hangar ‘Dominion Aviation Center’ at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria.
Pastor Adeboye had famously stated to Al Jazeera’s Mohammed Adow in an interview monitored by Church Gist on 13th April 2013…”There are things you need…when you have to oversee churches in 160 nations, you can’t do that on a bicycle”. Today, the RCCG has churches in over 190 countries of the world.
Recall that Pastor Enoch Adeboye had stated in 1981 as a 39 year old leader of the RCCG that the Church intended to plant Churches within 3 minutes driving distance in the developed world and 5 minutes walking distance in the developing world.
This has led the Church to grow from 38 Churches when he stepped into office to over 40,000 Churches in the last 39 years and as old age finally arrives, the easy and sensible way to spearhead the continuing expansion is to the make use of an easy mode of transport to access the hinterlands, thus the purchase of the helicopter.
Members of the RCCG are presently jubilating over the new purchase.
One Monday Martins wrote “Our God is good,more blessings sir,in good health an more anointing ahead of u sir”
Another member wrote on Instagram “Hallelujah praise the name of the Lord Almighty to God alone be the glory.”
One Aileme wrote “Glory to God. The church is marching on and the gates of hell cannot prevail against it.”
One Chukwuoma Kewulezi “That’s how to do God’s business, we serve the owner of the universe! All the private jets, helicopters and shuttles are His to deploy and use as He sees fit.”
One Ayobami Obawura “No one can stop the gospel. The new generation should brace up and do much more than our fathers. Thank you to our fathers in the Lord for the greater work they allow Holy Spirit to use them to achieve. Grace on us to achieve more.”