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What I gained from Daddy Adeboye. – Gani Adam

The Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba Land, Otunba Gani Adams, has disclosed that worshipping under the ministration of General Overseer of the redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has offered him a new turn of life.

Speaking at the headquarters of RCCG, The Throne of Grace, Ebute-Metta,  Lagos, during a thanksgiving service with the theme, ‘Victory over marital storm’, ministering Daddy GO as Adeboye is fondly called, Adams expressed fulfillment and satisfaction at the manner of the church service in which Adeboye called prayer points after every problems mentioned.

He stated, “I am a Muslim by birth, but I came to worship in a church with my wife as I have worshipped in many churches. I enjoy every bit of the service led by a cleric that has been serving God for over 40 years. With the prayers following every problem he mentioned, it is a new turn in my life.”

The 15th Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba Land also proffered good leadership as solution to the problems of the country. He said the country would only make appreciable progress after getting it right in leadership.

On the worsening security situation of the country, especially the inter religious crises that has claimed thousands of lives in northern Nigeria, Adams  posited that religion should not be an issue in a civil society, citing United States of America with its population and diverse religions as an example.

Adam, winks also the leader of Oodua People’s Congress (OPC), concluded that the country would only make appreciable progress after getting it right in leadership.

Pastor Adeboye, also spoke to journalists about the role of the country’s security chiefs after the service through the Assistant General Overseer, Administration and Personnel, RCCG, Pastor Johnson Odesola.

“I believe the service chiefs are working and aside from those that have attained their retirement age, they have been studying the situation of the country in terms of security and would have some plans they are working on. If they are just changed, the new service chiefs would have to start all over again. Said the highly respected clergyman.

“I believe in good succession plan whereby those to replace the current service chiefs would learn from the incumbents and only need to continue from where they stop.”

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