RCCG General Overseer, Pastor E. A Adeboye
Pastor E.A Adeboye, General Overseer, Redeem Christian Church of God (RCCG), on Friday told the congregation of the church that “God has not told him yet that there is going to be an election next year.”
The 2023 Nigerian elections is scheduled to hold in large part, on February 25, and March 11, 2023.
The President and Vice President is expected to be elected on February 25.
Also, there will be elections on the same day for the Senate and the House of Representatives.
Thereafter, on March 28, Governorship elections will be held alongside elections to State Houses of Assembly in all 36 states.
Two additional gubernatorial elections will be held later in the year alongside potential rerun elections for regularly scheduled elections annulled from earlier in the year.
However, speaking in the November Holy Ghost service, Pastor Adeboye said God was yet to reveal to him if the elections would hold next year.
The revered man of God said things are becoming unbearable.
He said: “things are getting “funnier and funnier in Nigeria.”
He added that anyone who does not learn to laugh in the country could develop hypertension.
Adeboye made allusions to the state of the nation’s currency saying that “naira is no longer worth the paper on which it is printed and yet leaders want to redesign it and make it more beautiful.”
The man of God therefore, called on the congregation to join him in a six days prayers and fasting to call on God to have mercy and heal the country.
According to him, the fasting starts from November 26 – December 2, 2022.
“Members of the Church are expected to gather in all their respective churches nationwide at 6.00 p.m each day for one hour prayers.
“On December 2, members of the Church are expected to gather at the Redemption Camp headquarters of the Church to conclude the prayers, thanking God, asking Him for forgiveness and mercy.