The General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor E. A. Adeboye has cried out and debunks his knowledge and approval of those who are fixing his pictures on necklace, key holders and so on to make money. He warned that they should not equate him to God which can lead him to serious trouble.
The man of God made this known in one of the programmes at redemption camp recently preceding his ministrations. He frowned at those who engaged in such unsolicited act to desist or face the music. While, announcing to the mammoth crowd at the event, he feared that God does not joke with his glory and would never share it with anyone.
In his words “what these people are doing can lead to serious trouble; not for them but for me. God will not share his glory with any man; if at any time God sense that a man is doing that, such man is already dead” he revealed
He lamented that he is not ready to die yet. “Whether the devil likes it or not; I am not going yet. I am not ready to die now”
He therefore requested that anyone found in such act to be reported to the appropriate authority. “anyone you see using my picture or with that of my wife for such thing, report them to the police” he urged.
He recalled a woman who bought it for her child and in the process as the child was eating it, and the picture opened which eventually revealed that the picture of T B Joshua was also underneath. He therefore cautioned members of the public not to join hands to kill him because he is not ready to die yet. He insisted that such people found in the act should be reported immediately to the police.
Pastor E A Adeboye is the General Overseer of The Redeemed Christian Church of God. The mega church which was established in 1952 by the late Josiah Akindayomi now has estimated members of about 5million with an average church attendance of 50,000 in Lagos. The general overseer, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye was ordained in 1981 has his branches in 198 countries as of August 2018 with headquarters in Redemption way, Ebute-Metta, Lagos Nigeria.[/et_pb_text] [/et_pb_column] [/et_pb_row] [/et_pb_section]