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Adeboye says fear stopped him from revealing what God told him about coronavirus

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‘Pastor Adeboye is so dull’

The General Overseer (GO) of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye has said God told him about the compulsory holidays across the world due to Covid-19 pandemic.

The cleric however explained how due to fear he did not talk about it in his New Year prophecy.

He stated this when he addressed members of his church in a broadcast on Sunday.

His words: “He (God) told me loud and clear that the whole world will be on compulsory holiday. I knew the time the world got close to a compulsory holiday was when there was an attack on the World Trade Centre in America.

“So when he said the whole world is going to be on compulsory holiday, I thought something like that was going to happen as it happened during 9/11 and if somebody had prophesied it. When it happens, the Interpol will come and pick up the person and say you heard about the plot.

“You knew when they were planning this thing and you didn’t speak so I kept my mouth shut. Now, the compulsory holiday is here.”

The cleric went on to say that the current pandemic was God’s way of making the world know he remained in control.

“The good news is that as soon as he has achieved his purpose, as soon as he has proved to the whole world that he can shut down the whole earth if he wants, then he will remove the plague.

“How long before that happens? I’m sorry I can’t tell you. Enjoy your rest, enjoy your public holiday declared from heaven.

“I have heard one prophet say the coronavirus will soon die. And I said ‘amen’. You know prophets are greater than pastors. I heard that one prophet say coronavirus will end by March 27 and I said ‘Amen’.

“I heard another prophet say the world will experience rain for seven days and (it) will wash the plague away. I said ‘amen’.

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“But I am speaking with you, my children. The coronavirus will certainly subside after God has removed the plague but to say it will die, let me speak in local parlance, ‘na lie’ (it is a lie).

“What makes coronavirus interesting is that it is noisy. It is called noisy pestilence. It is making so much noise, and it is making this noise for a purpose: God must get the attention of the whole world. God has declared a compulsory holiday,” he said.

The case of the dreaded virus has risen to 27 in Nigeria.

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