A few weeks after the 2023 general elections, the General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church Of God (RCCG), Pastor E.A Adeboye, revealed that God would soon deliver the common man from powerful people, making life miserable for them.
According to the Cable News, it was reported that the cleric stated in a sermon on Sunday that some people in positions of power make life difficult and cause havoc for ordinary people in the country, but, however, God will deliver Nigerians from them.
"At the beginning of this year, the Almighty God said that some balloons would burst, and I am looking forward to seeing those balloons burst, because ordinary, there are some people who are making life miserable for the ordinary man." he said.
However, some Twitter users have taken to the comments box to react to the revelation from the Cleric. Here are some of the screenshots below.
What's your take on this? Dear esteemed readers, you can kindly air your thoughts and opinions in the comments box below.
Source: The Cable News.
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