Adeboye emphasized that no two parties hold their campaign rallies concurrently in the same state since it is necessary to rent a crowd.
A sizeable crowd is sourced for and gathered by using money, according to the general overseer. A second party enters the state, pays money, and the same thing happens again.
This was revealed in a speech delivered by the eminent priest on Friday at the RCCG January Holy Ghost Service.
The majority of the crowd is made up of hired people, Adeboye continued, thus rival parties do not hold their campaigns concurrently. Pastor Enoch Adeboye has disclosed that God has not yet spoken to him regarding the next Nigerian presidential election in 2023.
Pastor Adeboye went on to say that the congregation should be prepared to vote in accordance with their spirit if God doesn’t disclose anything to him regarding the election.
Regardless of whether God spoke to him about it or not, he highlighted the need for the people about getting their Permanent Voter Cards (PVC) ready to be used to exercise their civic rights on February 25 in the presidential election.
Pastor Adeboye continued by saying that even if God spoke to him, he can choose to make it public or not.
The well-known minister Pastor Adeboye made this statement on Saturday, January 7, at the Redemption City, Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ogun State, during a monthly RCCG Holy Ghost Service titled “Wonderful.”
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