HAPPENING NOW: Adeboye leads protest against insecurity, killings

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General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye is leading a protest march against insecurity and killings of Christians across the Nation, especially in northern states.

The March started by 11am shortly after he ended the service at the National Headquarters of the church in Ebute Metta, Lagos.


See comments and reactions:

Kperaikyer Apir: except the LORD keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain. It certainly means these men of God have lost touched with heaven.

Okeyncy Ikeama: the same person visiting buhari in London and sheilding buhari from the truth Nigeria needed to know now her is protesting against him ,may god held us

Michael Sunnex: You people can misinform Sha,it’s never a protest but a prayer walk against insecurity in Nigeria and the walk was ordered by CAN…. Please know what you feed people with ooo

Prince Kingsley: So many Nigerians are infected with ignorance, and it worst to a point that they can’t justify good morals shan they see one.
If Adeboye refuse to protest, you people will complain, now that he is doing it, some of you are condemning him for doing so. It is obvious that poverty and bad leadership can make people to suffer PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY

Emmanuel Juan Uche: Good job from daddy G.O, buhari should declare state of emergency in the affected states, elected Governors and State officials should be suspended for now, the military should take over, if it’s to declare python dance in harmless South east, he won’t hesitate, who is even advising this buhari

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Anthony Emmanuel: This protest should happen in Abuja close to Aso Rock not in Lagos, next Sunday daddy GO should lead again,.

Levi Anudike: You are part of our problem in this country so stop your deceit. You installed a tyrant to lead the country and now you are protesting against one of his major wishes. What do you expect though?

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