Pastor Adeboye’s Unparalleled Sermon About The State Of UAR

Everyone was talking about Pastor Enoch Adeboye yesterday and I wondered why at first. I later proceeded to watch the Sermon on YouTube. He addressed issues in Nigeria from politics to insecurity to corruption in his sermon.

This sermon was met with positive and negative comments on Twitter; some agreed with him and applauded him for speaking the truth while some felt he was deceiving them and that he should have just openly campaigned for Osinbajo, the Vice President of Nigeria who was a Pastor in the Church.

Here’s an explanation of the message below👇:

He started by refuting rumors of his involvement in Politics.

He also added that he has no preferred candidate for the 2023 election and affirmed that he has never pointed out a particular party to join or a candidate to vote for. This, I think is following rumors of him endorsing Buhari×Osibajo in 2015.

Pastor Adeboye Urged RCCG members to exercise their duty to join any party and vote, he reassured the members of his political neutrality.

He expressed his uncertainty about the 2023 elections and he said “As of now, I still do not know whether or not there will be an election next year. Do not say that Pastor Adeboye said they’ll be no election next year, that is not what I said”

I laughed when I heard that because we all know how bloggers can be, if he didn’t clarify that, we would see headlines like ” Pastor Adeboye declared no election in 2023″

His repeated insistence on him being a Pastor and not a Politician shows the amount of pressure that has been on him about politics.

He aired his concerns about Kaduna and asked questions that kept us wondering.

“Why Kaduna? Who is trying to isolate Kaduna? Why? After Kaduna, which next?”


The man of God didn’t stop there, he went on to talk about the fact that 80% of the oil Nigeria produces is being stolen, he asked some accountability questions.

“Who’s stealing the oil? Where is the money going? What do they want to do with the money? Who are the foreign nations buying this stolen oil? How many of these nations of the world are your friends?”

These questions got me thinking, I mean really thinking about the level of corruption in this country, like what is actually going on? We all know Nigeria is very corrupt, why am I still awed by this? When exactly will all these end?

The remaining 20% left of the oil theft is used to pay debts, Nigeria is soaked in debt. How do we want to grow when John Does are taking the money for themselves.

I agree with him that we should pray for Nigeria and also get our PVC, let’s try to make our votes count, refusing to get do that means we are resigning and letting the others decide for us.