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2 things Oyedepo should learn from Adeboye When dealing with the Government in Nigeria

Two of the most revered men of God in the Nigerian church are Enoch A. Adeboye – the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), and David Oyedepo – the Presiding Bishop of Living Faith Church (LFC).

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However, while the former seems to have a great relationship with almost – if not all – of the political leaders of Nigeria, the latter – on the contrary – seems to collide with the same set of people occasionally, either by throwing jabs at them during sermons or through online platforms.

Description: Adeboye and a couple of Nigerian political leaders

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Although a father-son relationship does exist between Adeboye and Oyedepo, both clerics, however, differ in temperament, and this also impacts the way they respond to Nigeria’s political leaders

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Notwithstanding, Oyedepo could learn a couple of things about how his spiritual father, Adeboye, deals with Nigerian politicians, which makes them honor and invite him for prayers.

Therefore, this article was written for this purpose, to reveal 2 things Oyedepo should learn from Adeboye when dealing with the political leaders of Nigeria. They are:

1. Oyedepo should learn from Adeboye not to criticize Nigerian politicians openly

Adeboye speaks highly of the leaders of the nation and does not openly criticize them. Matter of fact, Adeboye even creates a section for prayers to be made for the country and its leaders, during RCCG’s camp meetings or annual programs.

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Sometime in August 2020, Premium Times gathered that the Buhari-led administration formulated the Companies and Allied Matter Act (CAMA) which seeks to regulate not-for-profit organizations including churches.

However, while Oyedepo could not but react to that development, Adeboye kept mum about it, and still visited the President, perhaps, to discuss that issue, but this was done privately and not in the form of open criticism.

Description: Adeboye and Muhammadu Buhari during the CAMA meetup

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Oyedepo should therefore learn from Adeboye, not to criticize political leaders during sermons, but rather pray for them, because the prayers of the saints affect the general outcome of the Nation’s growth and progress.

2. Oyedepo should sometimes turn a blind eye to their wrongdoings

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People often err but the best way to get the best out of them is to turn a blind eye to their wrongdoings. This is something Adeboye often does.

During the coronavirus pandemic, Adeboye visited Kogi State Governor – Yahaya Bello – and called him a ‘man of faith, for the way the latter had handled the pandemic in his state.

Although Nigerians criticized Adeboye for heaping praises on Bello, the point remains that Adeboye did not focus on the latter’s wrongdoings but his achievement.

Description: Adeboye and Yahaya Bello

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Therefore Oyedepo can also learn this from Adeboye, focusing on the achievements of Nigerian leaders and turning a blind eye to their wrongdoings.

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