Adeboye denies AK47 prayer purveyor, threatens to sue estate agent

By Gbenga Osinaike

General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has denied any link with an estate agent that goes by the name Dominion Estate declaring that he has nothing to do with the estate agent.

Adeboye who took time off during the September Holy Ghost night at the  Church’s auditorium  Shimawa, Ogun State expressed surprise that the estate agent had the audacity to put his picture and that of his wife on the flier used to market the estate.

 

He warned prospective property buyers not to patronize the agent because they see his pictures on its flier. He said, “Let me state that I do not have anything to do with the estate agent. I do not sell house. My wife does not sell house. They used my pictures on their fliers without my permission.”

 

He then informed that his lawyers would write the estate agent while insisting that people should be wary of fraudsters.

 

The RCCG pastor also warned against another imposter whose video had gone viral on social media called Adura AK 47 saying, I don’t know anything about the man. If you deal with this kind of people you are doing it at your risk. I don’t see the link between Ak 47 and prayers. If you see anyone trying to associate my name with some funny things please disregard’ he said

Earlier he had preached on Silencing mockers assuring that the end of mockers is imminent. He expressed confidence that those who serve God will always triumph over situations and circumstances in their lives.

He prayed for graduating students of the mission’s university, Redeemers University of Nigeria declaring that “very soon one of you would come to replace my jet” a prayer that generated a resounding amen. He then added that one of the students would also in the future undertake to build a camp site as wide as Ibadan City for the RCCG.’

An impressive documentary of the university was relayed during the all night Holy Ghost service which as usual attracted thousands of people from across the country and abroad.

About Gbenga Osinaike

Gbenga Osinaike is a 1992 graduate of Dramatic Arts from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. He specialised in Play-writing. He also holds a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Lagos. He was Assistant Editor in Punch Newspapers from where he resigned having worked for 13 years to start Church Times Nigeria in March 2007. He is currently the Nigeria representative of US based Institute of Global Church Studies and also the Publicity Secretary of the Lagos, Nigeria Chapter of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria. He is married and blessed with two children.

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