RCCG advises Buhari on security, others

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The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Province 25,

Gateway Cathedral, Lagos, has called on the Federal

Government to strengthen its collaboration with relevant

stakeholders to tackle the various challenges, especially

insecurity, confronting the country.

The pastor in charge of the church’s administration, Kunle

Adegoke, made the call during a media chat in preparation

for the province’s 2015 breakthrough conference holding

between July 19 and 25.

He expressed the belief that President Muhammadu

Buhari’s “change” slogan would achieve the desired result if

he collaborated with the stakeholders.

Adegoke, who spoke on behalf of the province’s host

pastor, Debo Akande, urged Nigerians to fear God and be

security conscious.

“Nigerians should be diligent in whatever they do and stop

cutting corners,” he said.

Adegoke, however, said the essence of the breakthrough

conference, titled, “Hidden riches of secret places,” was

meant to bring God’s blessings to the people.

He said, “The conference is meant to search out the hidden

riches for the people. God has formula for riches. The

people’s economy cannot experience a turnaround without

God’s intervention.

“So, the conference, which is like the province’s convention,

is specifically designed to help people dig out hidden

knowledge that could turn their lives around. Prosperity

does not come from abroad, but above.”

In addition, the RCCG Province 38 Headquarters said it was

set to begin the 2015 edition of its annual week-long

programme, themed, “Riding on prophetic wings.”

The church said in a statement that the programme would

hold between July 19 and 26.

According to the church, the programme will feature various

activities, including worships, prayers, deliverance sessions,

praise ministrations and insightful teachings of the word of




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