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2023: Oshiomole Re-echoes Pastor Adeboye’s Statement And Advises Christian Leaders To Emulate Him

Former Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomole has found a way of dragging the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye into the trending political conversation in the media.

Oshiomole who appeared on Arise TV Morning Show on Wednesday spoke on the debate generated by the same Faith ticket of the All Progressive Congress and re-echoed the word of pastor Adeboye about 2023 election during one of his ministration in his church.

According to the former Chairman of the All Progressive Congress, Pastor Adeboye had once told his congregation he would never ask them to vote a political party or candidate in an election.

It could be recalled that the man of God had once stated the reason he doesn’t vote during election period. Speaking during one of the monthly thanksgiving service early this year, Adeboye revealed that all political parties are represented in his church and all their presidential or governorship candidates are his children.

He would be biased and sentimental if he should ask anybody to vote for a particular party or candidate. As a good father and God’s representative on earth, all he can do is to pray for them and ask the will of God to prevail in their lives.

The statement apparently caught the attention of Adams Oshiomole when it was made and decided to drag the man of God into his conversation with Arise News presenters on Wednesday.

Re-echoing the statement, Oshiomole said if all the Christian Leaders in Nigeria can follow that pattern, there won’t be so much confusion and debate on Muslim Muslim ticket like we are currently having in Nigeria.

He confessed his utmost respect for pastor Adeboye and admonished all spiritual leaders to emulate his humility and personality so as to have a better Nigeria of our dreams.

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