Redeemed leader Adeboye, other clerics pray for Nigeria
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye, and other church leaders on Sunday prayed for Nigeria’s progress.
The leaders said the prayers at the inauguration of Esther Ajayi’s Love of Christ ultra-modern worship centre on Ligali Ayorinde Street, Victoria Island.
Mr Adeboye, a guest at the event, said people should call on God for solutions amid difficulties.
He urged Nigerians to embrace God for stability and progress in families and the nation. The Redeemed spiritual leader, who described the worship centre as beautiful and deserving of God’s presence, prayed the place to become a miracle centre.
“Any prayer made in this place by people shall be answered by God, for it is a blessed land. It is a fulfilment of God’s directive to his servant, Esther Ajayi, some years ago. The centre has become a reality today,” said Mr Adeboye. “Nigerians and their leaders should heed God’s directive for the good of the society just as our sister has done, which made us gather here today to give him thanks.”
The Redeemed pastor also proclaimed peace in all the “kingdoms” that make up Nigeria through the traditional rulers present at the event.
El-Buba, a Jos-based preacher known for “harvests of miracle babies after praying for couples in need of children,” noted that the days of strife and uncertainties in Nigeria would come to an end in September.
According to him, people will come to the new worship centre and render prayers, including those troubling the society and get answers for God’s project for a new Nigeria.
“It shall be well with Nigeria as God is at work to eliminate all those chastising the country before the end of 2021,” he said.
Ms Ajayi, who traced how God spoke to her in the UK about the vision in 2017, said God prepared the place.
She thanked Mr Adeboye for grooming her spiritually. She urged troubled Nigerians to visit the centre for solutions and called for unity in the body of Christ to move the work of God forward and save people from anxieties.
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