The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye has declared sponsors of terrorists in Nigeria will not cross the year 2020 into 2021.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports Pastor Adeboye, fondly referred to as Daddy GO, made the declaration on Sunday as the church marked the October edition of its monthly thanksgiving service held at the Throne of Grace Church in Lagos State.
“I’m standing on this altar today, to decree in the Name that is above every other name, any terrorist and any sponsor of terrorists in Nigeria, will not see the new year,” Pastor Adeboye said while ministering during the thanksgiving service.
During the ministration, the cleric prayed for unity in the country and for a better tomorrow for the citizens. He prayed that all terrorists and their sponsors will not see the new year.
Adeboye also assured Nigerians that the Almighty God will arise against those pretending to be friends with Nigeria but planning to enslave the country.
He prayed: “Where they say there is no way, God will arise and make a way for Nigeria and everyone. Any form of stagnation in Nigeria will come to an end and every terrorists and their sponsors will not see the new year in Jesus’ Name, Amen.”
Claiming that God has given the country victory over the Coronavirus pandemic, Adeboye enjoined everyone to always give praise to God at all times.
He said: “We thank God for the victory over Coronavirus and we pray that the victory will be total and permanent.
“We also pray that God will help us to be united and let our tomorrow be alright.”
Adeboye who took his reading from the book of Psalms 68, verses 1 to 4, prayed that “God will fight for us, arise and make a way where there is no way”.
Earlier, the RCCG GO had counseled the Federal Government to give Nigeria a lasting answer to secession agitations and its economic challenges by restructuring the country.
According to Adeboye, the reformation of Nigeria must be done “as soon as possible” to forestall a breakup of the various social-ethnic components that make up the country.
The anointed cleric stated this on Saturday at a 60th Independence Day Celebration Symposium co-organized by the church and the Nehemiah Leadership Institute.
At the symposium with the theme, ‘Where will Nigeria be in 2060?’ Adeboye offered the adoption of a merger of the British style of government and the American system of government to pave the way for Nigeria’s future.
The ex-lecturer at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Lagos said, “Why can’t we have a system of government that is 100 per cent Nigerian, unique to us? For example, we started on with the British system of government, somewhere along the line, we moved over to the American system of government.
“Can’t we have a combination of both and see whether it could help us solve our problems because in Mathematics if you want to solve a problem, you try what we call Real Analysis, then if it doesn’t work, then you move on to Complex Analysis and see whether that will help you. If that fails, you move on to Vector Analysis and so on.
“I believe that we might want to look at the problems of Nigeria in a slightly different manner. Some people feel that all our problems will be over if Nigeria should break up. I think that is trying to solve the problems of Nigeria as if it is a Simple Equation. The problems of Nigeria will require quite a bit of Simultaneous Equation and some of them are not going to be Linear either – forgive me I am talking as a Mathematician.
“Why can’t we have a system of government that will create what I will call the United States of Nigeria? Let me explain. We all know that we must restructure. It is we restructure or we break, you don’t have to be a prophet to know that one. That is certain – restructure or we break up.
“Now, we don’t want to break up, God forbid. In restructuring, why don’t we have a Nigerian kind of democracy? At the federal level, why don’t we have a President and a Prime Minister?
“If we have a President and a Prime Minister and we share responsibilities between these two so that one is not an appendage to the other. For examples, if the President controls the Army and the Prime Minister controls the Police. If the President controls resources likes oil and mining and the Prime Minister controls finance and inland revenue, taxes, customs etc. You just divide responsibilities between the two.
“At the state level, you have the governor and the premier, and the same way, you distribute responsibilities between these people in such a manner that one cannot really go without the other. Maybe we might begin to tackle the problems.”