Pastor Adeboye Shuns FG for Meddling in Church affairs

Pastor Adeboye

Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer (worldwide) of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has openly warned the Federal Government of Nigeria to stop meddling in church affairs.

 The Pastor stated this on Sunday at the Redemption Camp, Kilometer 46, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State.
 He said the anti-Christian laws made by the Federal Government against Christians were too much.
He said "The government has been showing increasing interest in church affairs. Unfortunately for us in RCCG, it might not be very helpful."
"For example, when I decided on what will be the pension of our Pastors, what I decided is done anywhere in the world. That somebody will retire and continue to earn full salaries all his lifetime.
"This, I stated, but government stepped in and made a law that we should be contributing to pension funds.
"We have to obey and we started doing that. The result is that Pastors don't get as much as they were getting under our own previous arrangement. But, what can we do? We have to obey the law” he said.
Pastor Adeboye also disclosed that other fresh laws had been made by the government to disturb churches in Nigeria, particularly RCCG.
 He encouraged members of the redeemed Christian Church of God to join politics to stop such vices.
 He said "Now there are fresh laws. We have a rough idea of what the law is about.
"Some people believe that the redeemed Christian Church of God is becoming too influential and we are going to be more influential. When you get home, tell members to join a political party."

Just recently Pastor Enoch Adeboye stepped down as the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God in Nigeria, but he still remains the general overseer of the RCCG worldwide, he appointed Pastor Joshua Obayemi as the general Overseer of RCCG Nigeria, he was the Special Assistant to the General Overseer (SATGO) on Finance until his appointment on Saturday 7th of January 2017 at the Annual Ministers Thanksgiving at Shimawa, in Ogun State.
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