- Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said he won’t endorse any presidential candidate in the general elections coming up in 2023
- The RCCG general overseer on Sunday, April 3, said all presidential candidates are like his “children”
- The 80-year-old also said he has no care for the political party people belong to or vote for as long as they do their duty
Lagos – The general overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has spoken about endorsing a presidential candidate ahead of the general elections coming up in 2023.
In a report by The Nation, Pastor Adeboye on Sunday, April 3, said he would not endorse anyone because all candidates are all like his children.
He made the disclosure during the special monthly prayer and thanksgiving service at RCCG national headquarters, Throne of Grace, Ebute-Meta, Lagos state.
The cleric speaking further during the sermon disclosed that he will support whoever God says. Adeboye stated:
“Every political party is heavily represented. If I vote for anyone, I would be unjust to the rest of my children; I am the father of all and I like it that way.”
You have no right to complain if you don’t vote
The man of God said he does not care for the political party people belong to or vote for as long as the candidates do their duty, Premium Times added.
According to him, Nigerians who refuse to vote in an election have no right to complain about the government.
While urging the congregation to exercise their civic duties, Adeboye said he had never campaigned for anyone or directed his members to vote for anyone in particular or join a political party.
Adeboye speaks up again on 2023 elections
Legit.ng previously reported that Pastor Adeboye disclosed that he is yet to hear from God about the 2023 elections.
The 80-year-old cleric was said to have told his congregants that he doesn’t know whether there will be an election in 2023 yet.
The man of God said the case was different during the last elections. According to him, God spoke to him more than a year before the 2019 elections but that of 2023 seems to be different.
Source: Legit News