Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has again said he is not certain whether the 2023 general elections will hold.
The octogenarian preacher made the remark on Friday during the November edition of the church’s monthly Holy Ghost Service, tagged ‘Let it rain’.
He said God has not yet spoken to him as regards the forthcoming general elections, adding that He (God) might still speak to him before the scheduled day of the elections.
Adeboye told his congregation, “Do you know that up till now, and this is November, Daddy (God) hasn’t told me yet that there is going to be an election next year? We continue, of course, as if there is going to be.
“I am not talking of other people, God has not told me, Adeboye, yet. The ‘yet’ must be in capital (letters). He may tell me tomorrow; I don’t know but as of this moment, he hasn’t told me whether or not there will be an election next year.”
This is the second time the revered cleric is making his position on the forthcoming elections known. He had in April said God is yet to speak to him about the 2023 elections unlike in 2019 when God spoke to him a year before the elections.
- Amnesty International scores Tinubu low on human rights protection - November 30, 2023
- Gunmen kill government official in Ogun - November 30, 2023
- Supreme Court: Old Naira notes won’t expire on 31 December - November 29, 2023