Mr Adeboye gave the advice at the Chapel of Mercy, Dadin-Kowa, Jos, on Sunday.
A reconciliation meeting was fixed and billed to be mediated by Adeboye, but one of them failed to show up, says the lawmaker.
“Provinces will be required to send a summarised report of parishes’ compliance with the above directive to the office of the undersigned…”
Explaining his mission in Imo, the revered cleric said he was in the state to decree God’s strength in troubled parts of the country.
Recently, Enoch Adeboye, the Redeemed Christian Church of God’s spiritual leader, raised concern about the country’s rising debt profile.
If we fail to move in and dominate our domain and even beyond, some of the edifices that we are building today will be desolate in the next 50 years.
“That’s the truth. Because I was thinking, how do I leave Jesus House, leave Washington and go to live in Ogbomoso?”
Mr Adeboye was praised for his doggedness in his teachings, evangelism. They prayed to God to bless and keep him in good health.
The clergyman asked the church to also pray against increased persecution of Christians in the country.
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