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What Adeboye said about Buhari’s health at Redemption Camp

Folu, wife of the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Enoch Adeboye has called on God to perfect the healing of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mrs. Adeboye, who led a large crowd at the September Holy Ghost Service in prayers, expressed gratitude to God for bringing back the President hale and hearty.

“We have been praying to God for divine healing for him from any form of infirmity and God has answered our prayers and he has returned, but we pray to God to perfect his healing to complete his purpose for which God has raised him to lead the country,” she guided the crowd to pray.

She also thanked God for using Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to hold forth while the president was away on medical vacation in the UK.

She prayed further: “Deal with all our oppressors in Nigeria, turn our dryness into fruitfulness and establish standing waters in all of the nation’s deserts and remove every affliction from all of our leaders.

“We want to come out of sufferings.

“God give our leaders orderliness so that they can rule the nation well and lead us to the path of prosperity again,” she maintained, reminding God who has taken the nation through diverse situations, some pleasant (the oil boom days) and others not too pleasant (the civil war and other economic challenges), pointing out that citizens owe God a duty to praise Him for keeping Nigeria as one united country regardless.”

Addressing participants at the special Holy Ghost Service for divine fruitfulness, held under the theme: “Abba Father 7”, at the New Arena, the General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye reminded them of his prophecies for this year especially for the international community, saying that they are being fulfilled by the grace of God.


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