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Adeboye: God revealed Osinbajo’s helicopter crash to me
The RCCG GO noted that while he was praying during the February Holy Ghost Congress, he had received a message from God that Osinbajo was in danger but did not
Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God, has said that before the February helicopter crash which Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and his team survived in Kabba, Kogi State, he had a premonition.
The RCCG GO noted that while he was praying during the February Holy Ghost Congress, he had received a message from God that Osinbajo was in danger but did not know how to inform him as he was engaged in political campaigns for the 2019 presidential election.
The only option left with him to engae in prayer for the Vice President.
The man God said this while preaching at the Holy Ghost Service of the church’s 67th annual convention with the theme, “And God Said,” on Friday, in the presence of governors Jide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos, Udom Emmanuel of Akwa Ibom, Godwin Obaseki of Edo states and the vice and President Yemi Osinbajo.
In his words: “I got the message but I didn’t know how to present it,” he said. “He was going around on political campaigns so I didn’t know how to stop him. I also didn’t want him to be scared so I resorted to praying for him.”
The General Overseer said he prayed for two minutes, repeating “Father, protect your son,” four times.
Osinbajo, while giving his own testimony earlier this year, had said that he did not understand why the pastor would repeat the prayer for him.
Earlier, Adeboye’s wife, Folu Adeboye, led congregational prayer for all nations and their leaders, after an American Bishop, I. D. Pearse, had preached a sermon on the power of God’s word, stressing repeatedly that, “there is enough power in the word of God to make the word come to pass.”