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Pastor Adeboye Speaks On 2023 Presidential Elections

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The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has been speaking about the upcoming 2023 presidential elections.

The 80-year-old cleric discussed a bevy of topics. He reiterated that he was no politician and denied reports that the church was mobilizing for the presidential ambition of the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, or any other candidate.

Pastor Adeboye spoke during the special monthly prayer and thanksgiving service at the RCCG National Headquarters, Throne of Grace, Ebute-Meta, Lagos. He added that he had no idea if there was gonna be an election next year. He went on to clarify that God might still speak to him about the 2023 general elections but He has not spoken to him yet. Adding that he was more concerned about the Kaduna killings, oil theft, Nigeria’s depressing debt profile and other current national challenges.

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“As of now, I still do not know whether or not there will be an election next year. Do not say that Pastor Adeboye said there will be no election next year, that is not what I said… Adeboye does not know yet.”

“How come you don’t know? Because my father has not talked to me about it yet. The last time we had an election, He (God) spoke to me about the election by June of the previous year and this is April. So, it is not late but He hasn’t told me yet”

He also spoke about the need for the people to vote.
“You were Nigerian before you became a Christian. As a Nigerian, you have a duty to register, to vote and make sure your vote will count. You have a duty to belong to any party of your choice; you can’t refuse to vote and then complain about the government” 

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