SAD: Herdsmen Invades Pastor Adeboye's Town, Kill Police Officer and also Kidnapped 3 Chinese
By CHRISTIANFORUM | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 48062 views
When will all this sad incident come to an end in our nation? Killings and kidnapping everywhere, abuses and many other tragic occurrences in the nation. This indeed bleeds my heart and I look up to the day when we are going to have a very peaceful Nigeria. Where we will all be living like one and not fighting against ourselves. This is indeed sad news to Pastor E. A. Adeboye and I pray that the suspects will not go unpunished.
According to reports online, Herdsmen have invaded the town of Pastor E. A. Adeboye (The General Overseer of RCCG). They did not only invade the village but also abducted three Chinese and killed one police officer.
I think they have really made a mistake by going to the town of Pastor E. A. Adeboye. The God of Adeboye Never fails, and I am sure in no time, God will intervene.
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