Pastor Adeboye is receiving online criticism for his recent prayer session with members of his RCCG church, with many expressing disapproval of the situation.


Twitter users in Nigeria are expressing discontent with the RCCG church's Twitter account for promptly removing a video in which Pastor Adeboye, also known as Daddy G.O, prophesied that individuals associated with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, including congregants, colleagues, friends, and family, would seek their assistance for food and refreshments in 2024.

Pastor E. A. Adeboye of RCCG is now trending on social media following the release of a video of him praying for his church members.

Pastor Adeboye, one of Nigeria’s most recognized and wealthy pastors, has begun to face internet backlash following the release of a new prophecy video.

Nigerians on Twitter are criticizing RCCG church twitter account for rapidly deleting this video they released in which Daddy G.O Pastor Adeboye prophesied that all Redeem church goers, coworkers, friends, and family members will come and beg them for food and refreshments in 2024

In the video, Pastor E. A. Adeboye prayed for all of his church members’ colleagues to come to them for food and refreshment, and that was only the beginning.

The man of God went on to say that there is always a go-to person in every family, and he hoped that his RCCG church members will be the go-to people in their families who others will seek aid from.

See the reactions below.

tufab: Imagine me and my brother dey church the same time and he decree that in our family both of us go be the go to person. Who wan go to who now 😂😂😂.

okoyeben: I never liked this man.

nwadiogbuonyi: See this mumu, Christianity is ev!l,the world would be a better place without religion.

only__xmimi:See as those ones Dey shout Amen like they have food to give 😆😆😆.

lanky_ree: Sorry daddy, all of us will be well fed.

dinzzy1b: 80% of the pastor elders in Nigeria don’t have sense.

splanky_: What if they’re two siblings attending the same church, who would be the “go to person”?


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