Adeboye visits Uzodinma, says non-state actors should not dictate to govt

Uzodinma and Adeboye

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, says the insecurity in Nigeria is not normal.

The cleric made this known when he visited Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodimma.

Adeboye said God had directed him to visit the state and pray for troubled zones in the South-East.

‘’The problem of Nigeria today is beyond human comprehension, a situation where non-state actors dictate to government when people should come out and not to come out,” Adeboye decried.

Adeboye said that he didn’t just intend to visit but to declare God’s power and might over the upsurge of darkness in the entire South East.

“With the visit, in South East from henceforth, there must be light”, he proclaimed, according to Vanguard.

Replying, Uzodinma said, “I am sure that the visit of Daddy G. O. Adeboye will bring peace, unity and remove all the things that cause distractions on the way of government and the people will confess with testimonies.”