– Pastor Adeboye Makes Shocking Revelation On 2023 General Election
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye said God has not communicated anything to him about the highly anticipated 2023 General election.
The revered man of God said God spoke to him about the 2019 elections more than a year to the election but the case has not been so with the 2023 election.
Making this known during his sermon at his Church thanksgiving service on Sunday, Pastor Adeboye said; “I have never told you this is the fellow you should vote for. I have never said this is the party you should belong to and I will never say it.
“Because in the Redeemed Christian Church of God, every party is represented here. APC, PDP, APGA, Labour and other parties that you don’t even know their names.
“Listen to me carefully and if you are going to quote me, quote me correctly. I am talking to those of you who are my children. Do you want to know the truth? And nothing but the truth? I am talking of myself now.
“As of now, as I am standing before you, I still don’t know whether or not there would be an election next year. Don’t say that Pastor Adeboye said there would be no election next year; that’s not what I said. Adeboye does not know yet, put the word ‘yet’.
While he also refused to rule out the possibility of hearing from God before the election, he maintained that; “How come you don’t know? Because my father has not talked to me about it yet. The last time we had an election, He (God) spoke to me about the election by June of the previous year and this is April. So, it is not late but He hasn’t told me yet.” he said
Pastor Adeboye then asked his congregation if anyone has personally heard from God concerning the 2023 general election and can say for certain that he has.
“He (God) must have told you – some of you who are prophets, you are closer to Him (God) but is there anyone of you here who can raise your hand to heaven and say without any doubt, there will be an election in 2023.
“If you can tell us, stand up and we will clap for a prophet. I don’t know yet. Remember to put the word ‘yet’”.